The advantageous geographical location of Kaluga Region, the high activity of the regional economy ensured the effective development of the transport and logistics complex. Nowadays, few Russian regions have similar opportunities to optimize logistics processes.
According to the railways and public roads density, the Region is among the 20 advanced regions of the country and density of occupies a place in the top 10 Russia regions with the most developed telecommunications system.
Railway highways pass through the Region territory: Moscow-Kiev, Donbass-St.Petersburg, Syzran-Vyazma, Michurinsk-Smolensk, as well as federal highways (Moscow-Brest, Moscow-Kiev), through which international transit traffic is carried out.
The Kaluga Ring Road with a length of 83.7 km and a traffic density of 40,000 cars a day not only ensures the safety and quality of cargo transportation but provides access to international pan-European routes.
The completely reconstructed Kaluga International Airport is actively developing. Today, it not only operates regular flights to Russian cities and abroad, but also provides various services for business aviation.
The Region cooperates with the largest logistics operators: GEFCO, Green Logistics, Rhenus Logistics, Trans-Container, etc.
There are two multimodal complexes of the "freight village" type operating in Kaluga Region.
• Multimodal transport and logistics center "Freight Village Vorsino" is a federal freight village with an area of 570 hectares. It is located on the border of Kaluga Region and New Moscow, along the federal highway M-3, and is a part of the Vorsino Industrial Park (Western Site).
• Multimodal transport and logistics center "Freight Village Rosva" is a federal freight village with an area of 570 hectares. It is located within the Kaluga city area, 2 km from the federal highway M-3, and is a part of the Rosva Industrial Park.