Moscow Interregional Investigation Directorate for Transport of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation
The Moscow Interregional Investigation Directorate for Transport was established by order of the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation since 01.15.2011.
The service area of the Investigation Department extends to almost 15,000 km of the railway (sections of the Moscow Railway, the Moscow branch of the Oktyabrskaya Railway, the Southeast Railway), where 90 stations, 1,092 stations and 3,214 landing platforms are deployed. There are 104 freight and 14 sorting stations, 286 loading and unloading and 78 container sites.
In addition, the service area of the investigation department includes 12 airports, including 8 international, 11 river ports, 3 river stations, 2 river shipping companies, 49 marinas and moorings.
Water transport facilities of all forms of ownership are located in the water areas of the rivers: Moscow, Oka, Volga, Don and the Canal named after Moscow.
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