A bridge from Russia to Japan on railway

A bridge from Russia to Japan on railway :Viktor Isayev, the Russian Minister of Far East Development has suggested to build a bridge of 7 km on railway; a bridge that will provide transportation opportunity both for road and rail transport. The build would be connected to the northern Japanese islands.
Russia reaches the Pacific Ocean via Trans-Siberian railway line, meanwhile Baikal-Amur railway line serves as an alternative.
10 BILLION DOLLAR COSTS
According to Ria Novost report, the bridge for the shortest distance until the Strait of Nevelski will have a length of 7 km and its costs will be of 10 billion dollars. Sakhalin Region and the Russian State Railways cooperate together for the technical work of the project.
CONNECTED TO JAPAN
According to Isayev, one day there could be build a bridge of 45 km length between the Sahalin Island and Hokkaido Japanese Island. In this way there will be a connection between Europe and Japan via railways.

A bridge from Russia to Japan on railway

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