I do not know how the coming winter will affect construction but the Kerch Straights storms are legendary from time to time. I expect a slowdown starting in mid November through mid March, the winter on the east side of the peninsula is much worse than the one we get in our village.
With the huge increase in ferry facilities and the number of bottoms the problems of last summer for transport to and from the mainland to Kerch were pretty much alleviated by early summer. I no longer hear the screams concerning 6 and 8 hour waits to get across the water from either the locals or the tourists.
Now we've got to address the price gouging going on for some goods, in particular around the coast areas for The Season, and some visitors from Up North have to be sent elsewhere. Seems they have fallen in to their old habits whilst safely riding out the war in safety. While you may never hear of it, in the last couple weeks and for the next couple months there's some noses going to get a pretty hard slap along with some comfortable summer residences being raised to the ground at the owner's cost and the odd shadowy business shutting down.