E3S Web Conf.
Volume 91, 2019Topical Problems of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Environmental Economics (TPACEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||13|
|Published online||02 April 2019|
The environmental impact of the reconstruction and development of the coastal marine transport infrastructure
Sochi State University, 26-A Sovietskaya str., Sochi, 354000, Russia
* Corresponding author: Yurid2006@yandex.ru
The coastal marine transport is one of the important components defining development of all Black Sea coast of Russia. Questions of need of restoration of coastal passenger traffic within the coast of Greater Sochi in connection with intensive development of tourism in Krasnodar Region of Russia and the questions of the organization of the transport communication between a coastal towns and settlements are considered. Need of further implementation of the program of reconstruction and construction of port points (moorings) and objects of coastal transport infrastructure in the Sochi region and in all Black Sea coast of Russia is shown. The analysis of a problem of environmental protection, which can arise at implementation of the project of reconstruction and development of coastal sea transport infrastructure in the Sochi region, is made. Possible ways of their solution for reduction of impacts on the environment are proposed. Introduction of the program of development of objects of coastal transport in the region, taking into account environment will contribute to sustainable development of the region.
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