A reconstruction of a local highway Boyuk Amili-Bylykh-Amirvan of 19 kilometers has started in Gabala. The width of the road section, reconstructed in accordance with the IV technical level, is 6 meters, and the width of the roadway is 10 meters, with a width of shoulders 2 meters in each direction. Currently, reconstruction work is underway on a 12-km stretch of road. Similar works will be carried out on the remaining 7-km stretch of road in the near future. Since the water pipes existing along the road do not work, the installation of new water pipes and the opening of the cuvettes are also required. For this reason, instead of dismantling old pipes, new reinforced concrete water pipes will be installed, and the pipe ends will be made of reinforced concrete. The project also plans to completely repair the existing bridge over the Garachay. The 19-km-long Boyuk Amili-Bylykh-Amirvan highway, originating from the Agdash-Zaragan highway of republican significance, covers 11 settlements with a population of over 8,000 people. At the final stage of the project, installation, where necessary, of bus stops and curved railway road barriers, road signs, signal posts and kilometer signs for the normal organization of traffic, drawing road markings are envisaged.