|19 September 2006|
Overheld railway "windows" and lack of locomotives lead to congestion of the trains on the intensive traffic directions of Russian Railways JSC - Sverdlovsk and and Zabaikalskaya railways.
18 September 2006 first vice president of Russian Railways JSC Vadim Morozov stated that hundreds of trains with coal, oil and other high-paying cargoes are delayed on he way.
|2 November 2005|
|12:40||containerRail Traffic of Russian Railways |
During the 10 months of 2005 the Russian Railways JSC increased the cargo turnover more than 4.1% compared to the same period of 2004.
|17 October 2005|
|11:16||RailRail between St.Petersburg and Murmansk to be Fully Electrified|
The electrified rail span 270 km long between the stations of Volkhovstroy (Leningrad Oblast) and Medvezhia Gora (Karelia) is to be put into operation in early December 2005.
|6 October 2005|
|14:16||projectsExpenses of Russian Railways|
Russian Railways JSC invests hard into the development and exploitation of the informational structure.
|18 August 2005|
|09:37||Russian RailwaysBoard of Directors of Russian Railways Approved|
On August 17 the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways JSC held a meeting where the new members of the Company Board were approved.
|13 November 2003|
|12:10||Vadim MorozovNew RF Ministry of Railways Regulations|
New RF Ministry of Railways Regulations have been submitted to the Russian Government, as Vadim Morozov, Russian Minister of Railways, reported on November 12, 2003.
|20 October 2003|
|13:35||RailRail Transportation: Government Control Toughening|
The government control of the rail transportation is to be toughened, as Vadim Morozov, Russian Minister of Railways announced on October 17, 2003.
|13 October 2003|
|12:55||Russian RailwaysRussian Railways JSC Board|
The Russian Government appointed the Board of Russian Railways, JSC.
|10 October 2003|
|11:29||seaMinistry of Railways after Russian Railways Launch|
After the launch of Russian Railways, JSC, and completion of the first stage of the structural reform the role of the Ministry of Railways is to grow, as railways are to be tightly controlled, as, according to the Ministry of Railways' press department, Vadim Morozov, Russian Minister of Railways, stated.
Currently, the draft Regulation of the Ministry of Railways has almost been approved of, which defines the Ministry's functions and envisages establishing of 7 regional bodies, aimed at customers service providing and control functions performance.
|5 June 2003|
|11:00||RailRail transportation increased by 8%|
The total volume of cargoes carried by Russian railways has increase by 8.1% in the 5 months of the current year, according to the 1st vice-Minister of Railways Vadim Morozov.
|20 January 2003|
|11:00||seaSpecial Regulations to Be Abolished|
During the first half of this year, the special export/import cargo transportation regulations will be abolished, the first Russian Transport Vice-Minister Vyacheslav Ruksha stated at a press-conference on January 15.
According to V.Ruksha, the special Regulations of export/import cargo transportation issued in 1991 have become obsolete as the situation in foreign trade cargo transportation has significantly changed since.
|11:00||RailGeorgia Asserting Claims to RF Railway Ministry |
On January 14, 2003, during the Russian-Georgian negotiations on railway communication of Russia and Abkhazia the Georgian party asserted claims to the Russian Railways Ministry that participated in the negotiations, the first RF Railways Vice-Minister Vadim Morozov informed at a press-conference held on January 15, 2003.
|17 January 2003|
|11:00||Port SaidRail Transport Activities |
During the first two weeks of January 2003, a rather ambiguous situation has developed on railways, Vadim Morozov, Railways Vice-Minister, concluded at a press-conference on January 15, 2003.
|16 January 2003|
|11:00||Port SaidRailways Suffer Losses|
Presently, 21,500 railcars that provide ports and oil tank farms are standing idle on Russian railways.
|11:00||Port Said163 Trains Abandoned On Russian Railways|
During two weeks of January 163 trains turned to be abandoned on Russian railways, which is creating an extremely difficult situation in the railway sector, told the Railway Vice-Minister Vadim Morozov at a press-conference on January 15.
|3 October 2002|
|11:00||containerNew Railway Operators|
October 2, First Deputy Railways Minister Vadim Morozov handled operator status certificates to 16 companies, the Railways Ministry's internet agency reports.
|31 July 2002|
|11:00||Russian RailwaysGovernmental Session on R/w Transport Reform|
The Governmental Commission on the structural reform of the railway transport held a session July 30, where Deputy Premier of the RF Viktor Khristenko, First Deputy Railways Minister Vadim Morozov, executives of the Railways Ministry (MPS) and the Ministry of Economic Development and other authorities participated.
The Commission mulled over the actions to be taken to establish JSC Russian Railways.
|18 April 2002|
|11:00||Port SaidRailway Tariff Harmonization Phase 2|
Phase two of the r/w freight transportation tariffs harmonization is to be implemented w.e.f.
|12 April 2002|
|11:00||seaMPS Results in Q1 2002|
April 11, First Deputy Railways Minister Vadim Morozov held a selector session with the Russian railways authorities to consider the railway industry results in the first ten days of this April.
|21 February 2002|
|11:00||Port Said Far East May Expect Traffic Rise|
New plans on increasing handling of cargoes delivered to the Far East by the TransSiberian land bridge were suggested during the meetings First Deputy RF Railways Minister Vadim Morozov held in the Far East with Governor of Primorsk Kray Sergey Darkin, railway and port authorities.