Yuzhny, Ukraine (PortSEurope) February 13, 2018 – The members of the Council of the Port of Yuzhny have agreed on a general scheme of development of Yuzhny port until 2038.
The Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) plans 25 investment projects with public and private investors, which include work on the infrastructure of railways and roads, energy, gas and water supply systems. These projects must also be synchronised with the operations at the port, together with job retention and the creation of new jobs at the port.
The chairman of the board of Yuzhny port, the chief of the port administration Maxim Shirokov, presented the main design decisions and cost indicators.
On the basis of the development plan, a feasibility study for railway, automotive and energy infrastructure will be developed. In particular, it was decided to implement the feasibility study on the development of railway infrastructure at sites from the Black Sea to the Beregovo in western Ukraine.
As part of the measures aimed at raising the level of communication between the Yuzhny sea port administration, port operators, stevedoring companies, local governments and scientific organizations, the chairman of the board of the Yuzhny Sea port authority decided to create an electronic resource that would provide an adequate level of exchange information on proposals, remarks and additions to the basic calculations and design decisions of the scheme.
The meeting with the Council was attended by the chairman and members of the board of the port, the head of USPA, Raivis Veckagans, representatives of the Odessa regional state administration, the chairman of the Liman district administration, the mayor of Yuzhny, the administration of the Highways Service in the Odessa region, PJSC “Ukrzaliznytsya”, “Odessa railway” , executives and leading engineers of research institutes who participated in the development the plan.
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