Krasnodar, 7 November – Yug Times. The Krasnodar city authorities are reportedly considering possibilities of signing a concession agreement on development of the city’s public transport network.
Last week, Mayor Yevgeni Pervyshov had a meeting with top managers of Compulink Infrastructure LLC, the operator of concessions that already had two successful agreements to their credit concluded with several municipalities of the Moscow and Tambov regions.
“We need an efficient and well-thought-out system of public passenger traffic,” stated Mr. Pervyshov. “And it is complex solutions that are required in this respect, which is why we are prepared to consider a concession as the mechanism to fulfill this task, so that ultimately the city gets an entirely new state-of-the-art system of public transport.”
According to Yuri Daniliuk, Director General of Compulink Infrastructure, their company intends to invest 24 to 27 billion rubles within the next 7–8 years in the development of Krasnodar’s public transport system.