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Financing of the development of BAM and Transsib increased by 1,5 times, the DFO highway doubled - EastRussia | Far East

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Financing of the development of the Baikal-Amur Mainline and Transsib is increased by 1,5 times, the DFO's roads are doubled

The volume of financing for the development of the Baikal-Amur Mainline and the Trans-Siberian Railway, as well as for the development of the Far East's road network, will be significantly increased, presidential aide Igor Levitin said at the closing session of the Minsk region in Vladivostok on Tuesday.

"The funds for the development of the Baikal-Amur Mainline and the Trans-Siberian Railway are increased 1.5 times, about 1 trillion rubles. This is the infrastructure that will be built here in the Far East, "he said and recalled that on the eve of the congress of the transport industry Vladimir Putin in a videoconference opened the Baikal tunnel, which will provide access to heavy railroads for both routes and reduce the transit of goods from the Far East in the central and western regions of Russia.

Mr. Levitin also noted an almost twofold increase in financing for the construction of roads in the macroregion. "I want to remind you that in the previous five years it was 6,7 trillion rubles. Now we see almost a twofold increase in funds for roads. A significant part of this money goes to regional, municipal and local roads, "he said.

The Collegium of the Ministry of Culture is held on Tuesday at the FEFU site in Vladivostok, the participants summarize the work for four and a half years, as well as determine the plans for the six-year period.