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Metro in the Leningrad region

by miamigardens

April 24, 2013.

The heads of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region Georgy Poltavchenko and Alexander Drozdenko signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of metro development. This happened at the next meeting of the Coordinating Council for the Development of the Transport System of St. Petersburg and the region.

It is planned to build three metro stations in the Leningrad Region. The right-bank line from the Ulitsa Dybenko station will be supplemented by Kudrovo station, the Sosnovsky radius will be extended to the Bugra station, and the Admiralty-Okhta line will be acquired by Yanino station.

The heads of regions also signed an agreement on joint activities for the development of the transport system until 2020. The agreement provides for the obligations of not only St. Petersburg and the region, but also the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.


Note that the head of the Ministry of Transport Maxim Sokolov has already talked about the need to adjust the program for the development of the transport infrastructure of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region so that it corresponds to the state similar program. According to this state program, one of the priorities is called the development of a conglomerate, which include the so-called St. Petersburg knot. Extra-budgetary funds, as well as public-private partnership, will be one of the most important mechanisms of implementation of the program.

In general, about 2.4 trillion rubles will be required to implement the program. This amount consists of federal, two regional budgets and extra -budget investments.

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