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The cable car between Russia and China is 12% ready

The cable car between Russia and China is 12% ready

The cross-border cable car from Blagoveshchensk to Heihe was built by 12%. ZED Development, a resident of the Priamurskaya priority development area, is to complete the construction of a facility across the Amur River in 2023.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, currently the general contractor, China Railway Construction Company, has already completed the installation of a pile foundation on the Russian side to support the cable car and the terminal building.

Preparations for the installation of a six-section linear support with a height of 64 meters have been completed. As part of the work, the main frame of the building, the roof will be erected, stained-glass windows and facades of the passenger terminal, designed taking into account the weather conditions of the Far East, will be installed. The construction of the terminal on the Chinese side is carried out by the Jinlonggang company.

By the end of 2021, in Blagoveshchensk, it is planned to concretize the terminal foundation and begin reinforcing and concreting the cable car pylon. As previously reported, the first pile on the Russian side installed on April 6... The cable car will consist of four lines, and it will operate on a pendulum principle, like a funicular. It will be possible to transfer 110 people in one trip along the road. The journey from Russia to China will take only six minutes.

According to the plans of the authorities, traffic on it will open in 2023, and in 2024 the passenger traffic will be one million people. The authorities of the Amur Region and Heihe signed an agreement on the construction of the cable car in 2015 year... The work did not start until he joined the project new russian investor... In July 2020 in Blagoveshchensk poured the first concrete block at the base of the international cable car terminal. The total budget of the project is estimated at 9,8 billion rubles, the investments should pay off in 15 years.

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