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Bridge to Sakhalin expected to build in 2030-2035 years

Bridge to Sakhalin expected to build in 2030-2035 years
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The project for the construction of a bridge to Sakhalin may be ready as early as 2030. This was announced on the air of the local television channel by Governor Valery Limarenko.

According to the head of the region, Russian Railways is already conducting pre-design work that falls into the plans for the socio-economic development of Russian Railways and the Sakhalin Region.

“We believe that the construction deadline is 2035, optimists speak of 2030,” Valery Limarenko said.

According to him, the non-freezing ports of Korsakovsky, Nevelsky, Poronaysky after the appearance of the bridge will receive a different meaning. Cargo will pass through them from Japan to Europe, and along the railway it will be possible to build various industries related to the processing of gas, oil and other raw materials.

Railways laid in the investment program for the next three years, the construction of a bridge to Sakhalin as part of the construction of the Selikhin-Nysh railway line with the passage of the Nevelsky Strait. In addition, the construction of the bridge included in a comprehensive modernization plan and expanding the trunk infrastructure of Russia.

Ранее Russian Railways has refused to build a transition to Sakhalin at their own expense. The holding was ready to give only 3,5 billion rubles for the preparation of a feasibility study. The rest of the money was proposed to be invested by private investors. Now the project has prospects, Sakhalin even invited China to join the construction of the bridge.