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Second Trans-Siberian Railway to Appear in Russia
28.08.2007 16:41
Second Trans-Siberian Railway to Appear in Russia

The Ministry of Transport of Russia and the Ministry of Industry and Energy have worked out strategies of the further development of railway transport in the country till 2030. In the nearest future the projects are to be considered by the government.
      In particular, the newly developed railway strategy implies construction of high-speed lines, including those in new directions to the city of Magadan and Ural. Besides, there will be constructed a railway line parallel with the famous Trans-Siberia Railway. By 2030 it is planned to construct 20 thousand kilometres of new railways.
      Specialists mark that Russia needs progress in development of railways in the country as it is the transport infrastructure drawbacks that often thwart economy. Due to its favourable geographic position Russia has all chances for becoming a unique transport bridge between the West, East, and Asia. It is known that 13.7 billion roubles will be invested in development of the railway transport in Russia.


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