The report includes a list of recommendations to improve competitiveness, taking into consideration the experience of the leaders of the Russian road infrastructure market, as well as the experience of major international companies.
The preparation of the report involved interviews with the major players at the federal, regional and local level, consultation with the departments of transportation and roads in the each of the regions, analysis of more than 70 regional programs to develop transportation and road infrastructure in Russia.
The results obtained demonstrate a trend to projects becoming larger and more integrated, a change in the geography of their implementation, and the consolidation of players. The market for road infrastructure is attractive, but its participants will be forced to adapt their business models in response to ongoing market changes. It should be noted that several players have already taken active measures to refine their business models, but under conditions of increasing competition and reduced profit margins they will have to pay particular attention to improving their internal efficiency.
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