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Development of Transportation Processes in Russia as a Basis for Making Management Decisions

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The study of the features and patterns of transport processes occurring at the present time urgently requires knowledge and understanding of the operation of the transport complex as a whole and its elements in the previous periods of its development. Management decisions in transport for the implementation of transportation are also mainly explained by the dynamics of these indicators. The purpose of the study is to display the functioning of the main land transport modes, their role and importance in the implementation of the transportation process in different time periods. Also, to a large extent, it reveals the role of these types of transport in the economic complex in various accounting periods of the country's development. The key research methods were comparison and correlation, as the most acceptable methods in the calculation and analytical activities to identify and improve the existing features of the transportation process in the transport complex of Russia. The paper displays the performance indicators of the main land transport modes – rail, road and intracity, as well as pipeline transport, the routes of which are laid mainly across the territory of the country. Based on specific statistical material, the significance of these types of transport in the implementation of transportation in different time periods of the historical development of Russia is revealed and shown. The results of the study, presented graphically and in tabular form, confirm the reliability of the initial materials of the study and can serve as a scientific and practical basis for making management decisions.

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Popova, N., Dmitrenko, A., Kvint, M., Sidenkova, E. (2022). Development of Transportation Processes in Russia as a Basis for Making Management Decisions. In: Manakov, A., Edigarian, A. (eds) International Scientific Siberian Transport Forum TransSiberia - 2021. TransSiberia 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 403. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-96383-5_8

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