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In 2015, 81,6 million rubles were allocated for the implementation of social projects of the Far East Railroad

According to the press service of the Far Eastern Railway, due to the increasing flow of goods towards the Pacific ports, this year it was possible to achieve a significant increase in investment volumes.

Thus, the investment program of the Far Eastern Railway for 2015 assumes 51,2 billion rubles, which is 58% more than the same indicator of 2014. In particular, this year it is planned to spend 1,6 billion rubles for the modernization and reconstruction of the railway infrastructure of the Sakhalin region, 15,9 billion rubles for the Trans-Siberian Railway, and 33,7 billion rubles for the Baikal-Amur Mainline.

For the implementation of social projects in 2015, 81,6 million rubles have been allocated, the bulk of which will be spent on the renovation of the Children's Railway in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. It is also planned to commission 3-storey 9-apartment houses at the stations of Litovko, Obluchye and Volochaevka-2.

As previously reported in EastRussia, the main source of funding is the own funds of Russian Railways (26,4 billion rubles or 62%). Other important sources are the state budget funds (11,93 billion rubles, or 28%), as well as funds from the National Welfare Fund (4,32 billion rubles, or 10%).

The most costly projects of the year 2015 will be the beginning of construction and installation works for the railway infrastructure of the Makhalino-Kamyshovaya-State Frontier with China and the reconstruction of the Birobidzhan-Leninsk section; development of the Vanino-Sovgavan transport hub; the beginning of reconstruction of the tunnel under the Amur River near Khabarovsk and Vladivostok Tunnel; design and survey work on the reconstruction of the Dusse-Alin tunnel.

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