The online newspaper “Yuzhnouralskaya Panorama” has recently published (in Russian) an interview with Grigory Miroshnichenko, an associate of the SkyWay project in several regions, in which he described the prospects of SkyWay technology in Chelyabinsk. Some statements in this interview are overoptimistic, therefore the company-developer of SkyWay technology ― Skyway Technologies Co. ― thinks it important to emphasize that it does not consider Ural as a priority direction for development at the moment, however, confirms mutual interest. The Company has already a number of developments to be implemented in the region, further negotiations are underway.
In December 2017, EcoTechnoPark near Minsk was visited by a delegation of Chelyabinsk region headed by Sergey Smolnikov, Minister of economic development and Yury Paranichev, first Deputy Mayor of Chelyabinsk. The guests outlined priority locations where the construction of SkyWay systems is feasible: Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk and the agglomeration “Gorny Ural”. Skyway Technologies Co. has already prepared pre-design proposals for these areas by now. Transport problems of the region can be solved thanks to the interest in the full cycle of production including the creation of the track structure. Skyway transport is considered as a possible alternative to tramway traffic.
The delegation of the Chelyabinsk region also included Denis Isayev, Head of the Department of foreign economic relations at the Ministry of economic development and Daria Panfyorova, chief specialist of the Department. SkyWay project designing organization of SkyWay Technologies Co. was represented by the General Director Nadezhda Kosareva and the Head of targeted projects Department Kiryl Badulin. The meeting followed the visit of Deputy Governor of the region Ruslan Gattarov, who witnessed performance trials of unibike at EcoTechnoPark in spring 2017.
It is quite possible that further steps towards the implementation of SkyWay transport projects will be timed to the summits of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) in the city in 2020.
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