Map Kemerovo Russia for Printing

A general overview of Kemerovo, Russia’s economic and transport connections. 

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Economic Overview: Kemerovo is the administrative center of the Kemerovo Oblast in southwestern Siberia, Russia. Historically, the region has been known for its rich natural resources, particularly coal mining. The coal industry plays a significant role in the local economy, contributing to both regional and national energy needs.

Key aspects of Kemerovo’s economy include:

  1. Coal Industry: Kemerovo is a major coal-producing region in Russia. The coal mines in the area contribute significantly to the country’s energy production and exports.
  2. Industrial Sector: Apart from coal mining, Kemerovo has a diversified industrial sector, including metallurgy, machinery manufacturing, and chemical industries.
  3. Agriculture: The region also engages in agriculture, producing crops and livestock.
  4. Transport and Infrastructure: Kemerovo has developed infrastructure to support its economic activities.

Transport Connections:

  1. Railways: The city is well-connected by the Trans-Siberian Railway, one of the longest railway lines in the world. This railway serves as a crucial transportation link, facilitating the movement of goods and passengers across Russia.
  2. Roadways: Kemerovo has an extensive road network, connecting it to other cities and regions. The M53 federal highway, for example, links Kemerovo with Novosibirsk, the largest city in Siberia.
  3. Air Transport: Kemerovo International Airport (Spichenkovo Airport) serves the city. It provides domestic flights to major Russian cities, enhancing regional connectivity.
  4. River Transport: While Kemerovo is not directly on a major river, it is part of the extensive river network in Siberia. Rivers like the Tom and the Ob, which are navigable, contribute to the transportation of goods.
  5. Public Transportation: Within the city, there is a system of buses, trams, and trolleybuses that provide local public transportation.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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