Development Prospects of the Transport Infrastructure of Russia in the Conditions of Development of the Market of Transport and Logistic Services

Yulia Vladimirovna Gnezdova, Victoria Viktorovna Glekova, Nasrullah Abdurakhmanovich Adamov, Alexander Nikolaevich Bryntsev, Tatyana Andreevna Kozenkova
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XX, Issue 4A, 619-631, 2017
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/859


The paper is devoted to a critical analysis of the current state and development prospects of the transport infrastructure of the Russian Federation in the context of transport and logistics services. The share of through haulage in the total volume of export-import transactions has been estimated. At the same time, the right choice of methods of scientific research directly affects the success of solving the scientific problem, where the main feature of the modern economy is the transition from managing objects to managing flows.The main objective is to identify the problems of functioning of transport and transport infrastructure in the context of the largest "players" in the investment market of Russia, in the development of a competitive transport and logistics system of the state and its regions based on integration and innovative logistics technologies of the main participants in the supply chain operating in the Russian regions as well as corridors passing through the territory of Russia. These trends can be traced both in theoretical studies and in the practice of carrying out entrepreneurial activities.We use empirical methods of comparison, measurement, description, interpretation; theoretical methods of formal and dialectical logic.Working in difficult conditions, Russia should become a basic transport and logistics center. It needs to improve its logistics infrastructure and technologies for logistics organization, reducing costs within supply chains by optimizing customs clearance processes and eliminating legislative barriers. Conclusions: transport development should be developed not as a set of individual elements in the form of transport, transport infrastructure, and transport corridors, but as a single transport and logistics network.

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