Integrated development of the Murmansk transport hub. Railway transport

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Комплексное развитие Мурманского транспортного узла. Железнодорожный транспорт
Комплексное развитие Мурманского транспортного узла. Железнодорожный транспорт

The project "Integrated development of the Murmansk transport hub" is being implemented within the framework of the Transport Strategy of the Russian Federation until 2030 and the federal target program "Development of the transport system of Russia (2010–2021)", subprogram "Development of export of transport services".

The goal of the project is to create a transport infrastructure on the West Bank of the Kola Bay, including for the operation of coal and oil terminals and a port special economic zone in the Murmansk region. As a result of its implementation, a year-round transport and cargo hub will be created, integrated into the North-South international transport corridor.

Within the framework of the project, Lengiprotrans PJSC developed railway transport facilities, which include:
• New railway stations Vykhodnoy, Murmashi-2, Intermediate and Lavna;
• New electrified public railway connecting track from Murmashi-2 station to Lavna station with signaling and communication device;
• New railway bridge crossing over the Tuloma river;
• New electrified railway line from Murmashi-2 station along a new railway bridge crossing over the Tuloma river to adjoining the existing public railway tracks in the area of ​​Vyhodnoy station.

The choice of the best option and the calculation of capital investments for the development of railway infrastructure to increase the throughput of the Volkhovstroy-Murmansk direction and the processing capacity of the Murmansk railway junction was carried out in connection with the expected increase in freight traffic for the estimated dates: 2010, 2015 and 2020 to the Murmansk transport junction.

Since 2015, the construction of railway facilities has been underway. In 2016, the project "Integrated Development of the Murmansk Transport Hub was included in the list of major projects with state participation.