Investment attractiveness of territories growing with transport arrival
The volume of investments in the development of urban areas after the arrival there of new roads or subway lines is growing by 50%. This was stated in an interview with the newspaper “Evening Moscow” deputy mayor of the capital on urban policy and construction Marat Khusnullin.
“The construction of transport infrastructure directly affects the investment attractiveness of the territories: the inflow of investments into urban areas with the arrival of new transport there increases by 50%,” said Marat Khusnullin.
The head of the Construction Complex noted that providing the maximum number of residents with transport nodes in walking distance is the most important urban development task for any megapolis of the world.
“Thanks to the subway network, the cities are free of traffic jams, ecology improves, and most importantly – people save their time,” the deputy mayor explained.
According to Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, in the next few years the city intends to keep expenses for the construction of transport infrastructure at the level of 350 billion rubles a year.
Source: Construction Complex of Moscow