The Mostyska city council has published a detailed plan of the territory intended for construction of a dry port in the Lviv region, the CFTS portal reports, citing information from Tvoye Misto.
According to the explanatory notes to the document, the complex will occupy a total area of 63.52 hectares, and the territory itself is expected to be divided into 15 plots.
"Enterprises with the latest technologies for storing liquid-grain substances and mechanical engineering enterprises, as well as logistics, after-sales services, and other things … will be given priority for operations there," the document states.
The territory will also house production facilities, warehouses, parking lots, cafes, offices, and clinics, as well as financial and legal institutions.
The detailed plan of the territory provides for establishment of pedestrian and transport links with the city of Mostyska. Access roads to the complex will also be built.
As the CFTS portal reported, a dry port is planned for construction in the Lviv region by 2026. The Cabinet of Ministers believes that creation of such a logistics hub will facilitate transfer of part of the cargo flows from roads to the railway, increase turnover, and help reduce door-to-door delivery rates.
The idea of building a dry port in the Lviv region is not new. This project was announced back in 2017, when the status of the land plots that could be allocated for creation of a logistics center was considered.