Krasnodar Region Transport Complex
Transport infrastructure facilities located on the territory of the Krasnodar Territory (in particular, sea port complexes, an extensive network of railways and highways, railway stations, stations, airports, and also gas pipelines) are of strategic importance not only for the development of the region, but also for the country in whole
Transport infrastructure provides for the delivery of tourists and vacationers to the Black Sea coast of the Krasnodar Territory - the main sanatorium-resort complex of federal significance, which is visited annually by more than 14 million tourists, and also serves transit cargo flows carried out within the framework of Russian export activities, including oil exports.
Krasnodar Territory has an extremely favorable geographical position, which allows you to build a convenient logistics. On the territory of the Krasnodar Territory there are 9 non-freezing seaports (2 of them are among the top three in terms of cargo turnover in Russia), which provide transshipment of more than 200 million tons of cargo per year. The region is the largest transport hub and has direct access to international trade routes to Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Central Asia. This allows for the processing of about 30% of Russian foreign trade and transit cargo.
From the ports of the Krasnodar Territory, cement, timber, sugar, wine and other goods are shipped to different regions of Russia and abroad. In addition, through the Novorossiysk Sea Trade Port, exports are strategic for the country's economy goods - oil and oil products, grain, coal, and chemical products.
PJSC Novorossiysk Shipping Company (Novoship PJSC), part of the SCF group, is the largest Russian shipping company - the total deadweight of its fleet totals more than 4.5 million tons.
Two large-scale projects for the development of transport infrastructure (Taman and Novorossiysk) are being actively implemented in the Krasnodar Territory, which will make it possible to create the country's largest port agglomeration, which has significant export and transit potential.
An extensive network of roads and railways has been established in the region. Krasnodar Territory occupies one of the leading places in the Russian Federation in terms of quantity, density and quality of roads (447 km of roads per 1000 km2), the total length of which is about 40 thousand km.
The road network configuration corresponds to the direction of most of the existing transport links and allows you to quite comfortably and quickly get to the center of any municipality, and also provides opportunities for access to the neighboring regions of the Southern Federal District.
On the territory of the Krasnodar Territory, there are branches of the road routes of 2 international transport corridors North-South (NS) and Transsib (TS), as well as the most important railway routes of federal significance. Their total length is 2.2 thousand km. (33% of the SFD and 2.5% - from Russia). Railway transport transports:
- & nbsp; all types of foreign trade cargoes to the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin;
- & nbsp; local transit goods and passengers in all directions of Russia and CIS countries.
Passenger and cargo air services in the region are carried out through international airports of federal significance Krasnodar (Pashkovsky), Sochi (Adler), Anapa (Vityazevo), on domestic routes through Gelendzhik Airport. The average daily flight intensity in the summer period reaches 50 flights, their maximum number is at the end of August - up to 70.
Krasnodar Region's airports account for about 5% of all passenger traffic in Russia (almost 10 million people in 2016).
Currently, the main volume of passenger and cargo flights is through the airport you are Krasnodar and Sochi (83% of the total traffic).
In the region over the past years there has been a steady growth in passenger turnover.
Performance indicators of the transport complex of the Krasnodar Territory:
- number of employees - over 100 thousand people;
- transportation - over 419 million passengers per year;
- cargo turnover is more than 38 billion ton-km per year.
- passenger turnover - 9.7 billion passenger-kilometers;
- the volume of services is 307.2 billion rubles.