(main passenger route)
The development of the infrastructure of the Baikal-Amur Mainline and the Trans-Siberian Mainline is essential to revealing the potential of Russia’s eastern territories, developing new mineral fields, modernising the industrial base of the regions of Siberia and the Far East, expanding foreign economic relations and strengthening Russia’s status as a key link in the continental transportation system.
RUB 302 bln Using the funds of Russian Railways and borrowed funds in the form of infrastructure bonds
RUB 150 bln Using money from the National Wealth Fund in the form of preferred shares
RUB 110 bln Using funds from the federal budget of the Russian Federation
RUB 57.5 bln Using the funds of Russian Railways and borrowed funds in the form of infrastructure bonds
Using money from the National Wealth Fund
Using federal budget funds
The project has a high level of efficiency for the budget of the Russian Federation. The discounted payback period during which state support is provided in the amount of RUB 260.2 bln is 20 years. Total receipts to the budget of the Russian Federation are expected to be RUB 486 bln over 30 years, including RUB 108 bln to the regional budgets of the constituent entities of the Far Eastern Federal District. The project will make it possible to transport additional planned freight of major Russian companies (up to 66 mln tonnes per year), will contribute to the development of the region’s industrial enterprises, create new jobs and form the necessary economic conditions for the effective and sustainable development of Siberia and the Far East.
of project state support
RUB 486 bln of total budget revenue of the Russian Federation during 30 years
mln tonnes per year
of additionally planned cargo
The project will provide the ability to handle an additional roughly 66 mln tonnes of shipment volume per year on behalf of the following shippers: Tuva Energy Industrial Corporation, Siberian Coal Energy Company, MMC Norilsk Nickel, Kolmar MC, Bashkir Generating company, Evraz, MMC Timir, Mechel and others.
Experts estimate the project will ensure orders for domestic industry in the amount of approximately RUB 200 bln and also create an additional roughly 40,000 jobs during the construction stage.
In orders for domestic industry
40 thousand jobs To be additionally created during the construction stage