Stroy Invest Project Corporation, as a part of the Safe and High-Quality Roads National Project, has developed transport planning documents - the Program for the Integrated Development of Transport Infrastructure and the Comprehensive Layout for Management of Public Transport Services for the Population. The work was based on the first full-scale comprehensive survey of transport and passenger flows, as well as parameters of transport mobility of the population.



  • Over 50 key transport hubs
  • Over 120 hours of video of traffic flows
  • 800 km of roads
  • 37 inter-municipal routes of regular transport
  • Main bus stations and bus stations
  • A sociological survey was carried out covering different segments of the population and interests of users

The results of the survey formed the basis of the developed mathematical macromodel of transport, freight and passenger flows. On the basis of forecasting the parameters of the transport system of the Lipetsk region and assessing the socio-economic effect, a list of measures for the development of infrastructure facilities for all types of transport was developed, ranking by implementation time and identifying sources of funding. The ecological and economic efficiency of the proposed solutions is assessed.

Implementation of activities

Implementation of these measures will allow:

  • Increase the share of regional highways that meet regulatory requirements from 31.6 to 64.5%
  • To reduce mortality due to road traffic accidents from 15 to 3.5 people per 100 thousand of the population
  • Reduce the number of traffic accidents concentration sites by 4 times

Special attention shall be paid to development of inter-municipal and interregional public transport.



  • Purchase of rolling stock
  • Reconstruction of railway stations and bus stations
  • Construction of transport hubs
  • Arrangement of stopping points
  • Construction of the aerial tram
  • Changing the characteristics of existing and organizing new routes for regular transportation

The measures developed as part of the transport planning documents of the Lipetsk region will be implemented in stages until 2040 and will allow:

  • Ensure road safety
  • Increase the reliability and speed of delivery of goods in the Lipetsk region
  • Improve the environmental safety of the region
  • Reduce emissions of pollutants from road transport
  • Ensure the availability of quality passenger transport services



Transport planning documents have been developed for each of the 10 municipalities included in the agglomeration Volgograd, the Volzhsky, Bykovsky, Gorodishchensky, Dubovsky, Ilovlinsky, Kalachevsky, Leninsky, Svetloyarsky and Sredneakhtubinsky municipal districts. The area of ​​the agglomeration is almost 26 thousand square kilometers, and on its territory there is a lot of commuter traffic - regular movement of citizens from "satellites" to the "core of the agglomeration" and back. That is why it was very important to create a unified transport model for the entire agglomeration and at the same time to coordinate all measures of transport planning documents not only with each municipal formation, but also with neighboring administrative districts.

The length of congested road sections of the agglomeration is about 195 km. High congestion of urban highways, a significant percentage of transit transport, high traffic density, low traffic capacity of city streets and roads (most of which were designed in the early 50s of the last century), low speeds and the established structure of scattered private passenger carriers are the main transport problems of modern Volgograd.

As part of the work, transport models of the Volgograd agglomeration were developed, including the basic model and options for the transport macromodel of forecast years for the short term and for the long term (until 2033). On the developed models, various measures were tested, efficient ones were selected that contribute to achieving the goal of implementing each solution scenario. The set of measures provides for the implementation of such efficient measures for traffic management as the introduction of one-way traffic on certain streets, the construction of multi-level road junctions, off-street pedestrian crossings, the introduction of automated traffic control, and the formation of a parking space.

The activities were worked out in detail in terms of the composition and timing of their implementation. The program of events provides for the period 2019-2023 low-cost but efficient measures: introduction of one-way traffic, widening of the carriageway, implementation of comprehensive measures to ensure road safety, organization of parking pockets. More costly measures for the construction and reconstruction of transport infrastructure are planned for the medium and long term.


Special attention is paid to the development of public transport and an «action plan for the implementation of transport planning documents» was created.

Among the proposals there are:

  • Project «City tram» - extension of the high-speed tram line to the north by 3.5 km to «Spartanovka» hub and 7 km to the south to «Akvarel» hub
  • Project «City train» – traffic management of electric trains in diametrical traffic inside the agglomeration in a semi-express mode along the route «Volzhsky - Volgograd – Yuzhnaya» and «Airport - Volgograd – Yuzhnaya» with stops at st. Gumraki st. Razgulyaevka
  • Reducing the duplication of PT routes while ensuring the priority of rail transport over other modes of transport and trolleybuses over buses (the same carrying capacity of rolling stock, an environmentally friendly mode of transport, a change in the trolleybus route involves the reconstruction of expensive infrastructure, the potential for using electric buses while maintaining infrastructure in the future)
  • Reducing the number of main routes served by small buses




The project was based on a big-scale survey of the city

  • Over 457 key transport hubs were surveyed
  • 1400 hours of video captured during traffic flow monitoring
  • 2300 km of roadway run by the survey team and also by cyclist activists
  • 2 sociological surveys were conducted, involving various layers of population and interests of car users, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and physically challenged people

The comprehensive layout defined 4 vectors of traffic situation development and lists of compensatory measures for correction of the transport system and prevention of potential congestion and hazardous situation. These lists of measures were developed considering capacity of the city budget and socio-economical development of the area in the estimated future. Options vary from minimum to maximum with consideration of the balanced and combined ones.

Main features of project implementation

One of the ways of traffic situation enhancement is implementation of activities on PT priority.

Main features of these measures implementation:

  • Technical priority and physical segregation of public transport
  • The length of the priority corridors is 128 km
  • 254 hubs with technical priority of PT

We also offered the following

  • One-way traffic flow on roads of over 77 km
  • Changes in traffic management layouts, corrections of traffic control modes at 88 locations of the city, generation of the integral parking space to harmonize traffic conditions and pedestrian and cyclist traffic in the city with annual increase of cyclists 5-7%

To increase the average traffic flow speed and throughput capacity of motor roads we suggest development of the intelligent transport system, connecting 1’683 traffic signal sets to the automated traffic control system. Measures to generate the cyclist infrastructure were based on traffic enhancement within the cluster for sustainable growth of bicycle users in the district. We defined attraction objects, popular local destination. To define them we identified destinations of potential bicycle users. Development of cyclist infrastructure to enable labor and other socio-economic commutation was to be provided also with building bicycle parking space.

Measures to generate the cyclist infrastructure were based on traffic enhancement within the cluster for sustainable growth of bicycle users in the district. We defined attraction objects, popular local destination. To define them we identified destinations of potential bicycle users. Development of cyclist infrastructure to enable labor and other socio-economic commutation was to be provided also with building bicycle parking space.


As a result we had comprehensive interrelated solutions for all transport modes with visualization in the geoinfo system. The Comprehensive traffic management layout will be a platform not only for further work of the traffic management directorate, but also a base for traffic management projects in St. Petersburg.




The work was based on a full-scale comprehensive survey of the city:

  • The data center in Yekaterinburg provided data from traffic detectors installed at signaled intersections (about 1000 intersections). These data were used to calibrate the transport model and analyze the situation on the road traffic system and obtained dependences of changes in the intensity of traffic flows in the daily cycle
  • Using the data on transactions of the electronic payment system «EKARTA», the structure of the matrix of correspondences made on passenger transport was restored
  • A large-scale sociological study was carried out covering different segments of the population and the interests of vehicle users, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and people with limited mobility

As a result, transport planning documents were developed containing plans for the development of transport infrastructure.

Project stages

Measures for the design, construction and reconstruction of road netwotk facilities include:

  • Reconstruction of existing transport interchanges, bridges and overpasses
  • Creation of a highway of continuous traffic, covering the city from the southern and eastern sides, through the construction and reconstruction of transport interchanges and off-street pedestrian crossings on the Bypass road, Bazov lane, Yegorshinsky approach
  • Construction of an understudy for Prospect Kosmonavtov - a highly demanded new entrance to the city from the north

In the field of passenger transport, it is envisaged:

  • Provision of PT lanes
  • Development of a network of tram tracks on a dedicated track, including to remote areas of the city. In the future, 5 years - to the north to Verkhnyaya Pyshma and to the southeast to the dynamically developing Akademichesky district

Proposed measures for the formation of urban walking routes with a comprehensive reconstruction of infrastructure for pedestrian traffic, in particular:

  • Organization of communication corridors «North-South» and «West-East» in conjunction with urban recreational areas
  • As part of the development of pedestrian zones in the central planning area, it is envisaged to create a network of streets for joint use of transport and pedestrians

In addition, measures are provided for:

  • Creation of a priority passage for urban passenger transport as part of measures for the development of ATCS
  • Active development of cycling infrastructure, namely: creating a cycling circuit in the central part of the city, integrating the cycling network with TPU and linking remote areas with the city center and with each other. More than 114 km of bike lanes planned for 2035
  • Construction of off-street pedestrian crossings as part of the creation of traffic-light highways
  • Creation of a system of park-and-ride facilities




The first iteration of the project implied survey of the status quo, including:

  • Survey of 450 km by real-life methodology and by video monitoring
  • Automated survey of passenger traffic by means of the detectors installed on PT vehicles
  • Study of traffic intensity and vehicle types in traffic flow
  • Sociological survey «Transport we choose», that involves various social groups

As a result we developed the transport model of all the city, that allowed for identification of all the traffic infrastructure issues.

Project stages

The project lasted 8 months and was divided into several stages:

  1. Accumulation of parameters of the status quo transport infrastructure (input data collection)
  2. Transport model development
  3. Selection of the optimal design
  4. Development of documents on transport planning in Novokuznetsk

As a result we developed the comprehensive transport development plan, traffic management layout and social standard of transport service of population related to passenger traffic by cars and transit electrical transport in the Novokuznetsk agglomeration.

Development of comprehensive measures

Special attention was paid to development of comprehensive measures on regular transit. This set of measures allows:

  • Avoid PT overload
  • Provide access to transport within walking distance to all people
  • Provide physically challenged people with access to public transport at all routes
  • Increase reliability and traffic speed
  • Create an easy-to-remember highway network with minimum traffic intervals, which is easy to use



In December 2018, we completed the project on comprehensive development of transport infrastructure and comprehensive traffic management layout, including PT transport service.

Development of measures

When developing measures for the development of transport infrastructure, the peculiarities of the territory of Ulan-Ude were taken into account, namely, the separation of the northern and southern parts of the city by the Uda River, the location of the airport and part of the territory on the opposite bank of the Selenga River from the city, as well as the presence of significant elevation differences.

The primary task of development of transport infrastructure was to unload several existing main streets, which concentrate the main traffic flows of the city. This task was solved by proposing the construction of a third bridge over the Uda River and a network of main streets, duplicating the most popular urban transport links. The activities of the development program are grouped on a territorial basis, and each group comprehensively solves its specific task.

In addition to the development of the road network, on the basis of a detailed analysis,  comprehensive development of the public passenger transport system is proposed based on the development of the tram network, as well as development of the bus route network using new roads and streets.


As part of the development of the comprehensive traffic management layout, the most pressing problems of traffic management on the existing road traffic network were solved. A set of measures for organizing traffic at key transport hubs of the city has been proposed and optimized using transport modeling.




The project was based on:

  • Survey of 43 key city transport hubs
  • On-site survey of traffic flows and large-scale survey of passenger flows
  • Survey of 509 km of streets and roads
  • Sociological survey involving various population and interests of drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and physically challenged people

The project implies

The project implies:

  • Synchronous operation of the transport infrastructure of Saratov with Engels
  • Disassembly of the existing airport (that is supposed release around 300 ha in the center of the city)
  • Commissioning of the new airport in Saburovka settlement

Development of measures

We paid special attention to increase in PT mobility and developed a set of measures on:

  • Development of the tram network to optimize performance and increase speed, reliability and attractiveness of tramways and lower operational costs of PT
  • Reconstruction, modernization, segregation and enhancement of tramway tracks
  • PT priority at intersections
  • Provision of dedicated lanes to trackless transport
  • Development of an electronic payment system with priority of unlimited short-term tickets
  • Final steps of GLONASS deployment on all PT vehicles

As for the traffic optimization measures, the narrow areas in the center of the city shall be widened, a new one-way street system shall be created – it shall imply the main traffic corridors, optimization of the parking spaces and traffic signal sets.


Special attention was paid to building of cyclist tracks with prospect of development for over 10 years, creating environment for safe pedestrian traffic and traffic safety enhancement near kindergartens and schools. The tool for approbation was the new  multimodal transport model of the city and we also offered scenarios for 3 periods: 2023, 2030, and 2038. Transport models for each scenario were created.



In November 2013, Stroy Invest Project Corporation began developing an integrated transport layout for one of the economic and cultural centers of Russia - Nizhny Novgorod. The unique historical space of the city often requires long-term measures for the reconstruction of the city, at the same time, modern urbanization trends require a continuous process of urban development of the territory. This leaves a special imprint on the organization of traffic in the city and beyond.


Based on a comprehensive survey of the territory of Nizhny Novgorod, a transport model of the city was created, which included 2,200 km of the road network, 276 transport areas, about 8,000 hubs and more than 400 traffic signal sets. Based on the results of the research, the composition of measures for the development of the transport system of Nizhny Novgorod was determined and substantiated in the following areas: street and road network, including pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, urban and suburban passenger transport, traffic management, intelligent transport system.

The following solutions were applied:

  • Cancellation of duplicate routes with prioritization for large rolling stock
  • Replacement of long haul routes with short haul routes
  • Implementation of a new tariffication system (single time-based travel document)
  • Ensuring the availability of infrastructure, including for people with limited mobility
  • Redistribution of rolling stock on municipal and commercial land public transport routes
  • Use of dedicated lanes and automated traffic control systems to create priority conditions for public transport
  • Introduction of high-speed tram, development of tram traffic on a dedicated track
  • Construction of relief highways of the city



In July 2014, celebrations in honor of the 700th anniversary of the birth of St. Sergius of Radonezh were held in Sergiev Posad. For almost a year, the Corporation's specialists have been actively working on planning transport support for this event together with local, regional and federal authorities.


In preparation for the celebration, a special transport master plan was developed, the purpose of which was to solve the following tasks:

  • Assessment of transport accessibility of the city by rail and road
  • Forecasting transport demand
  • Development of a transport layout during the celebration and express routes
  • Calculation of the number of rolling stock
  • Participation in the development of traffic management layouts in the city

Project headlines

Within the framework of this project, the Corporation specialists carried out the main work in the following areas:

  • Forecasting the load on the transport infrastructure
  • Planning routes for passenger transport
  • Carrying out activities in the context of the introduction of time restrictions
  • Planning parking space
  • Information support of the population and participants of the celebration


The calculations of the Stroy Invest Project Corporation specialists made it possible to ensure the smooth operation of express bus routes and safe traffic of over 100 thousand guests around the city and about 30 thousand pilgrims who took part in the procession. In addition to the creation and implementation of an operational transport master plan, a special achievement was the development of a program of measures to increase the transport accessibility of Sergiev Posad, as well as gaining invaluable experience in the transport organization of a mass event of a religious nature.



In December 2013, a comprehensive traffic management layout for the city of Stavropol was developed. In the process of development, a detailed study of the road system was carried out by the full-scale method, as well as using radar detector complexes and video monitoring. The daily and weekly patterns of fluctuations in the intensity of traffic flows on the sections of the city's UDS were identified and a simulation model of traffic was created, with the help of which the analysis of the organization of urban traffic, road accidents, as well as the most difficult road sections was carried out.

On the basis of the research carried out, the employees of the Stroy Invest Project Corporation have developed a Concept for the organization of traffic in the city of Stavropol, which includes goals, objectives and the estimated time frame for the implementation of the necessary measures.

Set of measures

The set of traffic management measures includes:

  • Proposals for the development of road network, aimed at increasing the capacity of the most congested main streets by means of their reconstruction, construction relief roads, jumpers and transport interchanges at different levels at intersections
  • Local activities on traffic management in transport hubs
  • Measures to ensure transport accessibility of developing areas of mass residential development
  • Proposals for optimization of routes and patterns of movement of public passenger transport

The activities were tested and optimized using the developed transport model of the city of Stavropol.



Customer: Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, «Rostransmodernization», FSI, «Research Institute of Automobile Transport», JSC

One of the main conditions for a successful international sports event is to ensure the safe and comfortable movement of participants and guests. In order for the transport infrastructure to cope with the projected passenger traffic in 2013, work began on transport planning for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The concept of transport support for the FIFA World Cup includes measures to determine the volume of passenger traffic and their possible redistribution between participating cities, determining a list of necessary measures in the transport system of the country and host cities, as well as an analysis of FIFA requirements and international practice of holding the World Cup.


Project scope:

  • Preparation of scientifically based proposals on the content of the draft concept in terms of determining the parameters of demand for passenger transportation of various client groups of the 2018 FIFA World Cup by all means of transport
  • Development of scientifically grounded proposals for the content of the draft concept in terms of determining the transport scheme for the arrival and departure of client groups of the 2018 World Cup (to the Russian Federation and the host cities), as well as the organization of passenger traffic between the host cities


As a result, a forecast of the parameters of transport demand for passenger traffic was developed for various client groups of the 2018 World Cup. Conclusions and recommendations for air, rail, road, water and passenger transport are formulated. The data obtained formed the basis for the concept of transport support for the Championship. Subsequently, the results of the study made it possible to organize timely and high-quality transport services for the FIFA World Cup in Russia.



The Big Domodedovo project involves the complex development of territories in the south of Moscow. Construction of residential and commercial real estate, as well as social facilities is planned. This is a promising area for the development of the Moscow agglomeration, including as a potential area for the location of authorities, the Center for Eurasian Integration, business centers and transport and logistics centers.


Project scope:

  1. Characteristics of transport links between the zones of location of facilities of "Big Domodedovo" with Moscow and the main settlements of the Moscow region
  2. Review of approved target programs (federal, regional), master plans, territorial planning layouts, targeted investment programs and other territorial development plans
  3. Analysis of the existing and prospect parameters of transport demand (intensity of traffic flows, passenger flows, freight traffic volumes)
  4. A detailed analysis of the transport infrastructure of each of the zones under consideration in terms of the use of road, ground passenger, rail transport, light rail metro, including taking into account plans for the development of territories for the short, medium and long term
  5. Analysis of the availability of the areas for the location of the Big Domodedovo facilities for organizing the carriage of goods by road and rail with the identification of bottlenecks in the transport infrastructure, including taking into account plans for the development of territories for the short, medium and long term
  6. Proposals for amendments and additions to the Program for the development of the transport complex of the Moscow region for the period 2010 - 2015. and for the future until 2020 and other targeted programs and development plans
  7. Development of the Concept of increasing the level of transport accessibility of the zones for the location of the Bolshoye Domodedovo facilities by all modes of transport


As a result, analytical materials and scientifically substantiated proposals were prepared to increase the level of transport accessibility of the areas where the Big Domodedovo facilities are located, including the development of transport links with Moscow and the main settlements of the Moscow region. The materials were submitted to the Coordinating Council for the Development of the Transport System of Moscow and the Moscow Region with the aim of making changes and additions to the Program for the Development of the Transport system of the Moscow Region for the period 2010-2015 and for the future until 2020.


2011 – Development

2012 - Update

The specialists of the Stroy Invest Project Corporation took an active part in the transport planning of the Olympic Games in Sochi. To ensure the timely, safe and comfortable movement of guests and participants of the Olympic Games, it is necessary to assess the transport demand for passenger transportation in advance.


The Corporation's specialists have completed a set of activities, which includes:

  • Analysis of the needs of the guests of the Olympics in the services of various types of external and internal transport
  • Development of measures to ensure the required throughput of the main and spare transit hubs in Russia
  • Description of the scheme of arrival and departure of client groups of the Games, following through transit and spare transport hubs (transfers from one transport mode to another, transfers within a transport hub, etc.)
  • Determination of the measures necessary to facilitate the passage of the guests and participants of the Olympics through passport and customs control
  • Calculation of passenger and traffic flows
  • Comprehensive analysis of transport supply and demand parameters, including taking into account the transport operational master plan for Sochi / Adler airport, including the impact of risk factors on the estimated capacity of the airport
  • Developed risk matrices and scenarios of unforeseen situations (unfavorable weather conditions, security problems, etc.), as well as plans for managing risks and existing reserve capabilities for various transport modes
  • Presentation of plans for the arrival and departure of client groups of the Olympics in the city of Sochi by all transport modes


As a result, all the processes of arrival and departure by all transport modes of each client group to the city of Sochi were described in detail. In the course of work, the need was taken into account to ensure the levels of service established by the IOC and Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee for each client group. A plan for servicing passengers at transit airports has been developed. The procedures for servicing client groups at the Sochi airport are formulated, taking into account the organization of remote check-in, the use of a second passenger terminal, servicing charter flights, and delivering clients from the point of arrival to the accommodation. Proposals have been developed to ensure the necessary throughput of transport hubs involved in the arrival and departure of client groups Game in the city of Sochi. A scenario was drawn up for the use of alternate airports in Krasnodar, Anapa and Gelendzhik, and the procedure for using land transport to deliver client groups to Sochi was described.

The implementation of the Transport Plan ensured efficient, safe and comfortable travel for all client groups of the 2014 Winter Olympics.



St. Petersburg is an important link in the international system of freight and passenger transportation. The formation of an integrated and balanced infrastructure of the city and the surrounding area is the key to its stable socio-economic development. The congestion of the transport system of St. Petersburg leads not only to a decrease in the quality of life of the population, but also to serious economic losses. As a result of a comprehensive assessment of the current state of the existing transport system of the city, specialists of the Stroy Invest Project Corporation, commissioned by the Committee for Transport and Transit Policy of the city of St. Petersburg, developed a strategy for the development of the existing infrastructure in accordance with the growing needs of urban areas..


The project scope:

  • A comprehensive assessment of the current state of the transport system of St. Petersburg and an assessment of its ability to meet the transport needs of built-up and developing territories until 2025 and for the period of implementation of the first stage until 2020
  • Development of the Concept of transport services for the territories of St. Petersburg until 2025 with the allocation of the first stage until 2020
  • Development of an optimal list of measures for the development of the backbone network of the transport infrastructure of St. Petersburg (urban and regional significance), ensuring the achievement of transport service standards for the territories of St. Petersburg for the period up to 2025 based on an assessment of the socio-economic effect
  • Preparation of proposals on the transport planning system, ensuring the coordination of current and planned territorial, temporary, financial and other resources required for the development of transport infrastructure


As a result, the Concept of transport services for the city's territories until 2025 was developed. In the course of this work, the zoning of the territory of St. Petersburg was carried out for the first time in terms of transport accessibility. For a city with a multimillion population, a further increase in the load on the transport system will lead to a decrease in speed and an increase in travel time. To avoid a transport collapse, it is necessary to develop the spatial infrastructure of urban passenger transport, reduce transit traffic through the city center, increase the connectivity of territories, and develop transfer hubs. An integrated transport scheme helps to assess problem areas and forms a unified approach to the development of the road network and all types of transport. The proposed balanced development strategy makes it possible to turn the transport system of St. Petersburg into a factor that accelerates the development of the city.