|1 February 2007|
|16:27||seaBig Port of St. Petersburg Closed - in Parts|
|11 December 2006|
|16:53||containerGovernor Threatens to Block Entry to First Container Terminal and Petrolesport|
Valentina Matvienko promised ZAO First Container Terminal and Petrolesport JSC, that she would block entry of trucks at his terminal.
Today at meeting of Council for Coordination of Transport Activity in St.Petersburg , attached to City Government, Valentina Matvienko promised to block truck entry to First Container Terminal and to Petrolesport, if by February 1 Company has not secured parking area for trucks in the city.
|16 November 2006|
|10:49||seaAP Moller to construct a Terminal in RF|
St.Petersburg governor Valentina Matvienko is being visiting Denmark.
|1 November 2006|
|11:38||Saint-PetersburgAuthorities Approved Moby Dik Terminal|
31 October the Saint Petersburg authorities finally signed an agreement with Finnish company Moby Dik, which rents territories not far from the dam construction site reports Fontanka with reference to governor Valentina Matvienko statement at the city's government session.
"We signed the agreement according to which the area will be handed over to Gosstroy for navigation pass C1 construction and afterwards the territory will be returned to Moby Dik" - said the governor.
|6 October 2006|
|10:29||Port SaidDam the Oil Terminal|
Near the dam there might appear oil-transshipment complex, reports Delovoy Petersburg.
|4 October 2006|
|13:08||seaSea Front Bill Adopted|
4 October 2006 Legislative Assembly adopted in the third reading the law "Target grant of "Realisaion of investment project for development of Sea Passenger Terminal on the Vassilievskiy Island in Saint Petersburg", reports Rosbalt.
The bill was introduced to the Assembly by the governor Valentina Matvienko.
|20 September 2006|
|13:58||Saint-PetersburgNo Floods For Saint Petersburg Anymore From 2008|
By the end of 2008 the construction works at the dam connecting Kronshtadt and Saint Petersburg will complete, as well as the flood protecting facilities constructions.
Completion of the Flood Protection Installation is planned in 2012, said the governor Valentina Matvienko at the special meeting with the builders.
|30 June 2006|
|13:55||Saint-PetersburgNew Fixed Bridge To Be Built in St.Petersburg|
A new fixed bridge will be built on the Many Neva near Serny island in St.Petesburg.
|2 September 2005|
|14:01||projectsHead Office of Sovcomflot to Move|
In Q4 2006 the headquarters of Sovcomflot JSC is to be moved from Moscow to St.Petersburg.
|16 May 2005|
|10:35||Port SaidBaltic Pearl May Hamper St. Petersburg Port Expansion|
On Saturday May 14 St.
|26 April 2005|
|10:43||containerToyota Works in St. Petersburg|
On April 26, Tokuiti Uranisi, Managing director of Toyota and President of Toyota Motor Europe is presenting the project of building an assembly line to Valentina Matvienko, Governor of St.
|18 February 2005|
|12:36||Saint-PetersburgSovcomflot to Cooperate with St.Petersburg|
On February 17 Valentina Matvienko, the governor of St.Petersburg and the Sergey Frank, GM of Sovcomflot JSC have signed a cooperation agreement.
The contract envisages the registration of the company in St.Petersburg.
|27 April 2004|
|12:03||seaWill "Rosmorport" Be in St.Petersburg|
At the meeting of Minister of transport and communications Igor Levitin and St.Petersburg governor Valentina Matvienko held on April 26, 2004, the issue of shift of "Rosmorport" to St.Petersburg was covered.
|14 April 2004|
|12:32||Port SaidTransport Projects in St.Petersburg|
On April 13, 2004, Minister of Transport and Communications Igor Levitin met with St.Petersburg governor Valentina Matvienko.
|5 April 2004|
|12:00||seaHelsinki - Tallinn - St.Petersburg Ferry Line|
New ferry line Helsinki - Tallinn - St.Petersburg of the company AS Tallink Grupp was launched on April 2, 2004.
|12 March 2004|
|12:03||RailAgreement of October Railway and St.Petersburg Government|
On March 11, 2004, head of the October railway Victor Stepov and St.Petersburg governor Valentina Matvienko signed a 2-year agreement on cooperation during the period of railways reforming.
|6 February 2004|
|12:35||Saint-PetersburgMorskoy Vokzal JSC: Results and Prospects|
In 2003 Morskoy Vokzal JSC handled 400 thousand tons and the passenger turnover made up 40 thousands, as SeaNews was told by Morskoy Vokzal JSC CEO Vladimir Malik.
|2 February 2004|
|11:45||seaDredging of Morskoy Channel|
In 2004-2005 the dredging operations in the main Morskoy channel of St.Petersburg will be carried, which will deepen the channel to 13 meters.
|30 January 2004|
|12:41||RailStorage Facilities - Out of St.Petersburg|
The storage facilities and customs terminal will be moved from the Moscow rail station and the rail station Moscovskaya-Tovarnaya by 2005.
|3 December 2003|
|11:48||Saint-PetersburgNew Tug-Boat for St.Petersbug|
The feasibility study of an experimental tug-boat capable of piloting barges without raising St.Petersburg bridges was developed.