Narva is the fastest developing city in Estonia today. This is largely due to a lower starting position. However, many extremely important developments are taking place at the moment. The recent years have witnessed the restoration of a large part of the historic bastions; and ongoing at the moment is the renovation of the Narva bus and train station. According to funding decisions that have already been made, the Narva Museum exposition will be completely renewed in the coming years, a new industrial museum will be established in the Kreenholm complex, and the Narva College of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, including a large swimming complex, will be built. In addition, a good cycling-road network will be created, connecting the city to Narva-Jõesuu, one of the most beautiful sandy beach sea resorts of the country, 12 km from the city. In 2018 alone, the Narva industrial park will see the start of construction of five new small factories. The nearby Eesti Energia industrial park has also recently come to life.