Topic: Infrastructure

Construction on CKU line to start in October 2024

Construction on the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan (CKU) rail line will start in October 2024, according to Kyrgyz president Sadyr Zhaparov. Negotiations on the line have been long ongoing, and many uncertainties around financing remain.Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan

PKP Cargo confirms Ukraine as target for expansion

PKP Cargo is planning to expand its operations into Ukraine as the company seeks to expand operations in more neighbouring countries. A move into Ukraine would take place after the construction of new infrastructure, according...Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan

Russia and Iran finalising Rasht-Astara agreement

Russia and Iran are reportedly finalising an agreement for the Rasht-Astara railway. The line in northern Iran is a crucial missing piece for the western branch of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC). According to...Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan

METRANS launches new connection to Ukraine

METRANS has launched a new freight connection to Ukraine. The service will run between Poland and the Ukrainian town Mostyska. According to METRANS, the route connects its network to cities such as Kyiv and Odesa.Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan