A new transfer hub will be built in Kerch, a city located in eastern Crimea, from where a famous bridge stretches to Russia’s mainland, the head of the Republic, Sergey Aksyonov, said.
Construction will be carried out within the framework of the federal target program for the development of the Crimea until 2022.
“Over the course of the discussion on the railway station construction in Kerch, it was decided to consider this station as a transfer hub, including the construction of a bus station, traffic intersection and parking lots”, Aksyonov wrote on his page in Facebook. According to him, four options are currently being worked out to achieve the objective.
“The specific proposal will be defined until October, 5th,” the head of the region wrote. Aksyonov has also given the assignment to take a number of measures in order to avoid the inappropriate expenditures.
On Thursday, the government of the region held a meeting on the implementation of the federal program “Social and Economic Development of the Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol until 2022” chaired by Russia’s Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Sergey Nazarov, and Deputy Head of the Kremlin's Control Department, Marina Seliverstova.