Russian Railways rail infrastructure
Federal Passenger Company is a national rail passenger carrier of the Russian Federation, and an entity subject to antimonopoly regulation.
Russian Railways rail infrastructure forms the basis of FPC’s route network (over 85,500 km as at the end of 2018) – the world’s third-longest rail network.
FPC provides rail passenger services across 77 out of 85 Russian regions, ensuring transport accessibility and connectivity between regions.
FPC operates 23 international routes, providing direct and transit passenger services by its trains to and from 19 countries.
FPC’s organisational structure includes administration, 13 regional branches, three subsidiaries, one central carriage site, and seven centres. The branches comprise 23 passenger carriage depots, 32 carriage sites, ten railway agencies, and the Vehicle Transport Centre.
The Company’s headcount is 61,000 employees. FPC’s rolling stock fleet counts 18,000 carriages within 459 train pairs. The average fleet age is 18 years.