The purpose of the article is to substantiate the economic and legal aspects of the development of cluster structures in the formation of international transport corridors. The methodological basis of the study consists in the integrated use of a set of general and specialized scientific research methods. The base of the research was formed by legislative and regulatory acts, materials of state agencies and local authorities, and scientific publications. Transport clustering is found to contribute to the use of resource opportunities in the region. It is determined that clusterization is perceived as a specific institutional and legal form of the chosen course of effective management of the transport complex by the state and the region. The promising areas of research on the problem of clustering are proven to be the problems of national and local levels. It is determined that the most promising is the further development of regional transport clusters and the unification of all stakeholders in it, which should lead to an increase in economic potential at the regional level, ensuring high growth rates of the internal regional product, reducing the specific transport costs, and improving the technical level of vehicles and equipment.
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