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The pace of Russian economic development requires an appropriate improvement and development of the country’s railway infrastructure since rail is Russia’s main transport system.

The investment programme at Russian Railways is designed to deal with the following main tasks:

  • eliminating bottlenecks on the rail network’s main routes, taking into account the future volume of traffic, by constructing additional main track, developing railway stations, modernising automation and communications systems and carrying out other work
  • renewing rolling stock
  • ensuring the operational reliability and security of the transportation process by reducing the depreciation of fixed assets, increasing the reliability of equipment, devices and machinery and ensuring that they meet modern standards
  • imparting to the railway infrastructure new performance and operational characteristics by increasing its ability to handle heavy freight trains and passenger trains travelling at faster speeds or with new dimensions

Breakdown of Russian Railways Capital Investments (Million Roubles Excluding VAT)

Project Title 2012 2013 2014
Expenditure Expenditure Target
Total, including: 480 066.9 467 220.1  393 123.6
Projects related to the implementation of instructions from
the Government of the Russian Federation
 96 610.3 95 655.8  100 987.6
Organisation of intermodal passenger transport between Vladivostok - Knevichi Airport 1 460.0

Development of railway infrastructure to serve the transport needs of the XXVII World Summer Universiade 2013 7 460.2 1 827.9
Combined (Road and Rail) Link between Adler - Alpika Service Ski Resort with the construction of a continuous second railway line between Sochi - Adler - Vesyoloe 57 978.6 38 800.8 800.0
Infrastructure development in preparation for the Olympic Games 6 544.0 5 417.1
Comprehensive reconstruction of the section between M. Gorky - Kotelnikovo - Tikhoretskaya -Krymskaya with a bypass around the Krasnodar Hub* 6 451.4 1 518.7 3 816.9
Integrated development of the section between Mezhdurechensk -Tayshet at Krasnoyarsk Railways* 21 99.9 1 709.0 4 830.6
Modernisation of the railway infrastructure on the Baikal-Amur and Trans-Siberian Main Lines with the development of through and carrying capacity* 4 072.8 37 891.0
Development of the Moscow Transport Hub (including construction of an additional main line between Moscow - Kryukovo** 14 516.2 42 309.4 52 860.1
Russian Railways’ own projects: 383 308.6 371 564.3 292 925.0
Ensuring rail transport safety 66 858.2 56 107.6 45 265.0
Removing infrastructure constraint 169 342.8 161 720.4 123 192.1
Improving the Russian population's access to transport 21 758.9 17 217.5 10 042.5
Renewing rolling stock,including: 75 520.2 118 682.4 101 129.7
Traction rolling stock 61 944.3 92 455.6 83 312.8
Freight rolling stock 236.3 221.3 315.0
Passenger and freight rolling stock (purchase of leased property) 635.1 149.6
Motorised train units 12 704.5 25 856.0 17 501.8
Other Projects 49 828.5 17 836.5 13 295.7

Notes:

* - in previous years, projects were effected in the section "Removing Infrastructure Bottlenecks";

** - in previous years, projects were effected in the section "Improving the Population's Access to Transport".

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