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A Bridge to Sakhalin
26.12.2019 07:40
A Bridge to Sakhalin

It is probable that a bridge to Sakhalin through the Nevelskoy Strait will be built in 2030-2035.

      The construction of a transport passage to Sakhalin through the Nevelskoy Strait is set forth in the comprehensive plan for the modernization of the trunk infrastructure development approved by the Government of the Russian Federation. The project includes the creation of a 585 km railway from Selikhin station on the line Komsomolsk-on-Amur -- Vanino to the Nevelskoy Strait and then to the Nysh station on Sakhalin, as well as construction of the passage that will be as long as 6 meters. The implementation of the project should ensure the development of railway infrastructure for freight traffic (with the weight of up to 36.9 million tons) connecting the mainland and the island.

      However, as of today, the cargo base causes big doubts: today the cargo flow between Sakhalin and the mainland makes up 2.5 million tons; whereas if there is a bridge, by 2030, it will amount only to 8.5 million tons.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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