With a population of over one million and the third largest city in Siberia, Krasnoyarsk is experiencing an influx of residents as the city continues to prosper. Keen to expand further, the City Authorities and Agglomeration Committee commissioned extensive studies examining the demographic trends, current barriers to growth and economic diversification, the advantages of the region, priority projects and the basic preconditions for continued successful development.
The city that noted Russian author, Anton Chekov, called “the most beautiful city in Siberia”, is determined to have a modern plan in place to enable it to develop further in line with best international practice. In order to strengthen the competitive advantages of the region and achieve mutual benefits, Krasnoyarsk, the capital city of the Krai (Region), and its adjacent municipalities are working to prepare a joint planning vision for Krasnoyarsk Agglomeration.
We provided strategic and planning advice as part of the wider planning strategy for the Krasnoyarsk agglomeration, in central Siberia. Lead transport engineer for this project, including advice and proposals on land use, freight and passenger transport.