Investment priorities switched

FOLLOWING strong criticism of ambitious investment plans for Russian Railways drawn up by former Minister of Rail Transport Nikolai Aksyonenko, his successor Gennadi Fadeyev has realigned the priorities for improvements to the 86031 km network (p136). The planned fixed link to the island of Sakhalin has been put on a ...

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