Moscow, the capital city of Russia, is one of the three world leading metropolises in terms of the scope and the rate of construction. This conclusion was made on a basis of the research of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
The document has been presented by the Head of the Department of Urban Construction Policy of Moscow, Sergey Lyovkin, at the Moscow Urban Forum.
The researchers have compared Moscow with 11 metropolises, such as New York, London, Tokyo, Berlin, Singapore, Shanghai, Mexico, Seul and Beiging.
A total area of the constructed buildings in Moscow totals 0,75 sq.m per capita. Apart from that, the housing availability is on the rise.
Among the abovementioned cities, Moscow has one of the biggest indicator of the scope of road construction directed at the improvement of transport situation in the capital city of Russia. Moscow metro as a public transport sector, is in most demand among the citizens.