As said in the previous journal, now the town before to start growing only needs an elementary school to provide basic education and a medical clinic to provide the necessary cures to the population.
Of course, the motor that will allow the town to grow is the railway. The railway line from Khabarovsk is almost complete, now the federal engineers are managing to bring the line close to the city. So the railway line enters the city territory from west, along the Mikal main affluent, the Siskal torrent.
On the other side, the National Railway Construction Company (NRCC) has completed stations for the residential and industrial zones.
Since the project was directly designed by the NRCC, the mayor had no possibility to interfer and discuss about the position of the track.
The mayor thinks that the excessive proximity of the railway to the residential zone could damage the palatability of the residential zone, while the ministry pushed to have a direct railway connection with all the new siberian cities planned. Obviously the ministry controlling the NRCC was able to place the railway very close to the zone.
The NRCC engineers designed a wonderfull bridge on the Mikal river and built it in record time, even 3 months. Obviously the bridge parts were prefabricated in Khabarovsk and then transported to the location. The bridge was named "Mikal", like the river flowing under.
But now let's have a look of the complete track present on the town territory.
The railway track enters in the town territory from west, it flows along the Siskal torrent and crosses the Mikal river right before this meets with the Siskal affluent. The bridge is acclaimed by engineers as the "nicest of the east coast". Then the railway track must turn of 90 degrees because of hills in the area and then reaches the town location. Russian railways fanatics have already acclaimed this part of the Khabarovsk-Kaliningrad track as the nicest to see on the east coast. Obviously the price wont be that high for residents, also if this track hasn't been cheap to build.
Now the town is ready to start living, and the first residents have already bought the houses.