Russian Movement. By: Emma Smyth & Ryan Donahue . Moving in Russia. Russia is the biggest country in the world, so moving from place to place is very important. This PowerPoint is all about movement in the biggest country in the world, Russia. . The Good and Bad of Moving in Russia. Good .
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By: Emma Smyth & Ryan Donahue
Russia is the biggest country in the world, so moving from place to place is very important. This PowerPoint is all about movement in the biggest country in the world, Russia.
The cold climate makes vehicles not work.
The poor land makes transportation much harder.
Climate can also delay things.
Some Russian transportation causes bad pollution
The Lefortovo tunnel, also called the “Tunnel of Death” is located in Moscow. This tunnel can causes cars to slip because water leaks into it. Thus the tunnel can cause many deaths. This tunnel is important for traveling, but can cause a big problem.
The Volga River is located in the heart of Russia. It is the longest river in Europe. It starts in the Valdai Hills, and flows into the Caspian Sea. This an ideal source of movement for Russian’s. Since it is a navigable river, ships can carry imports, and exports.Volga River
It is the longest river in Europe.
It’s main tributaries are the Kama River, Vetluga River, Sura river and the Oka River.
It is 284,636 miles long.
Moscow is a major transportation center. It has eleven main railroad terminals, four airports, thirteen major highways, and one of the biggest, most populated subway system. In 2008, Moscow had the most populated subway system in the world!!! The bad thing about traveling is traffic.
The Trans-Siberian Railway stretches from Moscow to Vladivostok, which is located on the Sea of Japan. The project started in 1891, and was finally finished in 1916. It goes an astonishing 9,259 miles across the country of Russia. It goes across five major rivers. It is a five day total journey, with a train leaving Moscow every morning.
The Baikal Amur Mainline is a railroad which splits off of the Trans-Siberian Railway. It starts in Tayshet, and ends in Sovetskaya Gavan, which is on the Pacific Ocean. It stretches about 1,000 miles. It was constructed in the 1930’s. BAM has been criticized for it’s complete lack of environment protection.
Ice Being Good
Ice Being Bad
Ice can get stuck on the wheels of vehicles.
Things can slip
Water can freeze inside a vehicle
Buses are also one of the most popular forms of movement. The C-Bus is a bus system that runs in many countries, and Russia. It is a public form of transportation. Russia uses a non wired kind.
Trains are one of the most popular ways of traveling. Moscow has connections to get all around the country by train. Moscow has a successful subway system. Trains sprawl across the country.
Russia’s land doesn’t improve traveling. With most of the country having mountains. Mountains causes problems with traveling. Marshes and swamps cause problems, too. Forests are hard to go through
This PowerPoint explained many features of movement in Russia.