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On March 29, as part of the business program of the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum 2019, NIIKPU experts took part in the session “Transport Frame of the Country”.

Russia's spatial development strategy and priority national projects include large-scale investments in the modernization and expansion of transport infrastructure. In the period up to 2024, up to 10 trillion rubles will be allocated for these purposes, both from the budget and through public-private partnerships. This should remove the transport barriers that until recently blocked the development of many non-primary industries. In addition, infrastructure development should noticeably change the role of Russia in the trade flows between China and Europe.

The process of this transformation was discussed at the session “Transport Frame of the Country. What megaprojects do Russia need? ”Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum.

Sergey Egorshev, Director of the Department of Development Programs of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, emphasized that the transport strategy is a key element of the spatial development strategy necessary for the sustainable development of settlement systems in the country and the lifting of restrictions in socio-economic development. The long-term paradigm of territorial development should be the improvement of the entire backbone transport network of Russia, taking into account the relevant experience in the development of the Trans-European Transport Network.

Viktor Zimin, Deputy Director General of Russian Railways, informed the session participants that the Russian Railways investment program had been approved by the Russian Government until 2025. “It is planned to invest 2.4 trillion rubles in increasing the capacity of the railway infrastructure until 2025, including 1.7 trillion rubles from the own funds of Russian Railways, or 71% of the total,” said Zimin. He stressed that infrastructure development should go one step ahead compared with industry needs. Priority for Russian Railways are projects for the modernization of BAM and Transsib (Eastern Polygon), which form the transport framework of the economy.

Krasnoyarsk International Airport recently opened a new terminal with a new MICE business center. Head of the development of non-core assets of Era Group, Anton Gruzin, spoke about the challenges associated with finding a balance between infrastructure development plans and business interests, using as an example airport development plans and its potential logistical link with railway transport.

First Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Aleksey Struchkov, cited the example of the infrastructure challenges of the project to build a bridge across the Lena River. Three months a year, Yakutia actually turns out to be divided by a river into two territories. The construction of the bridge will, according to Alexey Struchkov, reduce costs by 42 billion rubles a year, that is, 4.2% of regional GDP, or about 1% of GDP of the entire Far East.

According to research by the consulting company McKinsey, at least 3% of GDP should be invested annually in the transport infrastructure, in Russian conditions it is more than four trillion rubles, said Alexander Kaznacheev, deputy chairman of the board of the Moscow Credit Bank. At the same time, in the current development plans we are talking about investments at the level of 3.2 trillion through the PPP line.

The discussion was also attended by Vladislav Onishchenko, Head of the Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation, Advisor to the First Deputy General Director of JSC “Russian Railways”, General Director of the 1st MediaInvest holding Fyodor Shcherbakov, General Director of the RVM Capital investment group, Chairman of the Investment Committee of the RSUM Felix Blinov.

The business program of the forum became interesting and rich thanks to the partnership with PJSC ROSSETI.

Source: Press Center of the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum.