MOT – Yakutia-Magadan Railway Line – Sakha Republic - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Transport (MOT) is planning to undertake the development of Magadan-Yakutsk 1,724km railway line in Sakha Republic, Russia.
The project involves the construction of a railroad, tracks, bridges, and related facilities and the installation of signalling systems.
The railroad will run from Ortho-Balagan station in Yakutia, the capital of Kolyma. The railway line is estimated to reach cargo transportation capacity of 6.3million tonnes by 2019 and 11 million tonnes by 2026.
In December 2010, the Commission of the Governor of the Magadan region sent back the feasibility study of the construction of the Magadan-Yakutsk railway line, to refine and resubmit the report taking into account the relationship of the rail transportation line to work Magadan seaport.
The project was started in 2009, but was not approved the executor – Financial and Organisational Consulting LLC – had not taken into account loading of the Magadan Commercial Sea Port in the transport scheme of the territory after the launch of the railway line.
In March 2012, the Magadan Region administration approved the scientific and technological draft for the project.
The project involves the construction of a 1,724km railway line from Magadan-Yakutsk, Russia.
The US$6,480 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of rail tracks
2. Construction of new railway stations
3. Construction of control rooms
4. Installation of overhead electric cables
5. Installation of signalling systems
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