It should be noted that the leading Chinese logistics companies, together with Russian Railways, are looking for alternative routes that will help increase trade and economic ties between the countries. So in August, a new route was launched, along which a multimodal
route will be carried out, including the delivery of goods from China through the river. Cupid, at its intersection on the Chinese border. This route includes a railway and road section and passes through the Blagoveshchensk-Heihe road bridge.
Also in the near future it is planned to put into operation the first railway bridge Tongjiang-Nizhneleninsky, which will connect China and the Russian Federation. The highway will connect the banks of the Amur River and will pass through the JAR (Jewish Autonomous Region) - through the Birobidzhan II station, which is part of 2 highways at once - the Trans-Siberian and Baikal-Amur.
According to analysts, the commissioning of the Tongjiang-Nizhnyeleninsky Bridge will reduce the time of trains by about 10 hours, and will also reduce the distance by 809 km between the capital of the Russian Federation and Heilongjiang. All this in the very near future will significantly increase the volume of railway delivery of goods from China to Russian Federation.