Сформирован состав жюри премии «Формула движения»

The jury of the «Formula of Movement» award is now formed


The acceptance of the applications for the «Formula of Movement» award for achievements in the field of transport and transport infrastructure continues and will last until October 7. The composition of the expert council, which will assess the candidates, has already been formed.

You can find the jury headed by Tatyana Gorova, the Chair of the Public Council at the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, on the official site of Transport Week in the section «The Award». The jury traditionally includes industry experts, heads of research institutes, investment and consulting companies, and public figures. The members of the expert council will evaluate the nominees in absentia according to the criteria specified in the Regulations of the Award.

As of September 26, more than 60 companies from Moscow to Yakutsk and Vladivostok are already taking part in the competition. Applicants can apply in any of 7 categories:

  • Best Infrastructure Project of Federal Importance;
  • Best infrastructure Project of Regional Level;
  • Best Passenger Transport Solution;
  • Best Logistics Solution;
  • Best Innovative Solution in the Area of Transport Technology;
  • Best Digital Transport Solution;
  • Best PR-Activity in the Current Year.

The «Formula of Movement» awarding ceremony will be held at Gostiny Dvor as part of the «Transport of Russia» Forum and Exhibition.

The executive directorate of the award is open for any questions.


Alexey Popov


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Natalya Burlakova

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The national award for achievements in the field of transport and transport infrastructure «Formula of Movement» was established in 2014 by the Public Council of the Ministry of Transport of Russia, held this year for the 9‑th time.

The «Formula of Movement» award is aimed to promote the development of transport infrastructure, increase the level of transport services, as well as to stimulate state and commercial structures to solve significant problems of the transport sphere.