Transport and logistics industry

Omsk region - the center of the intersection of the most important transport routes.

Omsk region has an advantageous transport and geographical position, being located on the lines of direct routes between Asia and European countries. Being at the intersection of important transport corridors connecting Europe with the Far East, Kazakhstan and China, and a major waterway, the Omsk region has all the prerequisites for creating the largest transport and logistics center in Siberia.

Transport infrastructure of the Omsk region:

  • total length 729,9 km;
  • major federal highways R-402 Tyumen – Yalutorovsk – Ishim – Omsk, R-254 Chelyabinsk – Kurgan – Omsk – Novosibirsk (part of the European route E30 and the Asian route AH6), But-320 Omsk – Cherlak – border with the Republic of Kazakhstan (part of the European route E127 and the Asian route AH60);
  • ensuring cargo flow in the direction of Europe - Kazakhstan - Central Asia;
  • delivery 1 t of cargo from Omsk to Moscow – from 5 thousand rubles;
  • the volume of goods transported by road organizations is more than 18 million tons, including intercity transportation more 4 million tons, international transportation more 9 thousand tons.
  • the total length of the territory of the Omsk region 1209 km;
  • 7 cargo yards with storage areas and warehouses, 25 zh/d stations;
  • delivery 1 t of cargo from Omsk to Moscow – from 3 thousand rubles;
  • provides a connection between the western and eastern regions of the country: the highway passes through the territory 20 subjects of the Russian Federation and 5 federal districts;
  • international communication: in the east, the highway provides access to the railway network of North Korea, China and Mongolia, in the west - through Russian ports and border crossings – to European countries.
  • it is one of the thirty best Russian airports for the transportation of passengers, cargo and mail;
  • included in the list 52 airfields of federal significance necessary for the exercise of the powers of the Russian Federation;
  • 1 cargo terminal with warehouses and open overpasses;
  • annual passenger traffic is more than 1,4 million people, cargo transportation volume – more 3 thousand tons;
  • Geography of flights: cities of Russia and CIS, foreign countries – Greece, Turkey, Thailand, Vietnam, Tunisia, Bulgaria, Cyprus.
  • the inland waterways of the Omsk Region fall into the reference network of the inland waterways of the Russian Federation;
  • The Ob-Irtysh basin has a connection with Kazakhstan and China;
  • The Omsk Region is provided with access to the Northern Sea Route and the Asia-Pacific region;
  • ao «Omsk River Port» - a major transport hub of the Omsk region;
  • developed property base of the river port - above 100 fleet units, mechanized cargo berths, storage areas and premises;
  • the river port provides: shipment of goods by inland waterway more 2,8 million tons per year, including in the regions of the Far North more 450 thousand tons; cargo transportation between Russia and Kazakhstan with volume more 150 thousand tons/year.

Main directions and development opportunities:

  1. creation of a passenger and logistics multimodal hub «Omsk-Fedorovka», with the possibility of providing comprehensive transportation: by air, road, water and rail, including the construction of a container terminal for rail transportation;
  2. switching cargo flows to inland waterway transport – development of navigation with the possibility of providing access by river to the Northern Sea Route;
  3. development of road infrastructure – construction of the Northern Bypass of Omsk, the Tobolsk-Tara-Omsk highway;
  4. construction of the railway/d infrastructure, optimization of cargo transportation routes, development of railway/e messages on the Central Asian branch;
  5. expansion and development of the air transport route network.