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A New Transport Complex To Be Built In Adler
30.08.2011 10:17
A New Transport Complex To Be Built In Adler

The new railway station will become a main transport and transfer junction, connecting all means of transport : railway, motor-car, air and sea ones.


The terminal will be connected with the airport of Sochi. The whole area of the complex will be about 30 thousand square metres. More than 2000 passengers will be able to be there. The new terminal will service 56 long-distance and commuter trains  per day and also 4 aeroexpresses per hour.


It will have six floors. On the last one the achitects are planning to make a recreational zone and atria with winter garden. There will also be green plantations and fountains. Thin-film models of sun batteries will be assembled on the roof of the building to get the necessary electric power.


The most complicated part of building is finished now. The foundation of new structure of the railway station will be finished soon. After that the mounting of engineer communications and decoration will get started.




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