Special attention is paid to the development of modern transport and logistics infrastructure in Kaluga Region. The region has a number of advantages enabling it to be successful in the development of this cluster. First, the region is located near to Moscow, and major railway lines run through its territory: Moscow – Kiev, Donbass – Saint-Petersburg, Syzran – Vyazma, Michurinsk – Smolensk. Two major federal highways cross the territory of the region (Moscow-Brest, Moscow-Kiev), which link Moscow with Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. The region ranks among twenty the most developed areas by the density of railways and highways.
Second, the region cooperates with major logistics operators: GEFCO, Green Logistics, Rhenus Logistics, Trans-Container etc.
Third, a clear strategy of further cluster development is prepared in the region. Multimodal transport and logistics terminals, customs and warehouse complexes are under construction, road, rail and airport infrastructure are developed. Projects unique even on a national scale are developed in the region.
Freight Village Vorsino — large-scale multimodal transport and logistics center of federal scale, providing integrated transportation, forwarding and associated services.
Freight Village Rosva — transport and logistics center of inter-regional scale was established and operates in order to optimize logistics operations for residents of Grabtsevo, Rosva, Kaluga-Yug industrial parks and also to serve other participants of foreign trade activities.
Ermolino International Airport. The airport is a part of Freight Village Vorsino; it is located in close proximity to borders of New Moscow, at 95 km from the center of Moscow and at 91 km from Kaluga. In addition to low-cost air transport, the airport is intended to become major center for cargo handling.
Kaluga International Airport. The airport is located in close proximity to Grabtsevo industrial park, at 8 km from Kaluga.