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Transport strategies for the Russian Federation, Volume 1
Author:Holt, Jane; Country:Russian Federation;
Date Stored:2002/09/12Document Date:1993/11/09
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Urban Transport; Banks & Banking Reform; Roads & Highways; Municipal Financial Management; Engineering
ISBN:ISBN 0-8213-2625-2Language:English
Major Sector:TransportationRegion:Europe and Central Asia
Report Number:12345Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other transportation
Collection Title:Studies of economies in transformation ; no. 9Volume No:1

Summary: This report is an evaluation of Russia's transportation sector. It proposes courses of action to be taken to arrest the transportation decline and to manage its transition to a system more suited to a market based economy. Railways, road transport, urban passenger transport, highways, ports, maritime and river transport, airlines and civil aviation, and transport equipment manufacturing are all covered by the report. In addition, the infrastructure assets, the institutional framework, and the operating and financial performance of each mode are discussed. The study also analyzes the economic and fiscal impact of each transport mode on the national economy and assesses how that role may change in the future. A strategy for change, based on the analysis, along with recommendations for the Government of the Russian Federation to help the transport sector adapt to its new market role is developed as part of this report.

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