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Opening the Eurasian corridor
Amur Region as a transit point between Asia and Europe
The Amur region with the longest border with China (1250 km) has a high transit potential. Add to this the Trans-Siberian Railway, the Baikal-Amur Mainline, the Amur highway and access to China's transport network. All this allows the region to occupy a central position as a transit hub of Europe-Asia.
In December 2016, the construction of the facility began synchronously, and by the end of 2019 it will begin its work. Already by 2025, the bridge will provide a cargo turnover of about 4 million tons per year and will allow transporting almost 2 million people per year.
The length of the bridge is 1080 m. The project has invested about 23,6 billion rubles of investments. As part of the construction of the bridge, power supply, communications, entrances from the border bridge to the automobile checkpoint will be provided.
For the development of logistics, processing and storage of goods, an intermodal transport and logistics complex will be located in the bridge area.
The project includes warehouse complexes, a temporary storage warehouse site, open parking lots for cars, agricultural and special equipment, a railway terminal with access roads, and a container terminal. The volume of cargo handling - up to 4 million tons per year.
Plans for construction are very advantageous location... This is access to federal highways: the entrance to the city of Blagoveshchensk - 11 km, the Chita-Khabarovsk highway - 100 km. The nearest station with access to the Trans-Siberian railway is 39 km away. Within the building radius there are two international airports at once - "Ignatievo" and "Heihe". The Priamurskaya TOP has already been formed 16 km from the bridge. In general, the allocated area makes it possible to form a large logistics cluster in the area of the bridge crossing.