The development of Russia's infrastructure has become one of the main objectives of the program of President Vladimir Putin. Over the next 6 years, more than 10 trillions of rubles will be invested in highways, bridges, railways, etc.
In recent years, a depressing situation has developed in Siberia: it was simply impossible to take out record-breaking yields of grain crops. The same applied to the export of Russian coal to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region: the need for it grew, but our country could not deliver it to the consumer. BAM and Transsib, scored to the eyeballs, could not cope with cargo traffic. Therefore, the most important and large-scale railway construction will be the modernization of the Baikal-Amur and Trans-Siberian highways. Completion of work is planned in two years and will significantly increase the capacity of transport arteries.
Moreover, in perspective, the Trans-Siberian Railway may be connected to the Trans-Korean Railway, which will allow Russia to enter the South Korean market.
In addition, the possibility of building a bridge to Sakhalin Island is being discussed in Russia. This incredible project today can become the forerunner of an even more fantastic idea - a bridge that will connect the Russian island with Japan.
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