Russian Railways interested to develop sustainable supply chains for the delivery of goods between Europe and Asia using the Trans-Siberian

The project to develop the railway infrastructure of the Baikal-Amur Main Line (BAM) and Trans-Siberian Railway is central to the country’s long-term economic development, said president of Russian Railways, Vladimir Yakunin.
According to Yakunin, transport corridors should be one of the catalysts in the inevitable process of Eurasia’s economic convergence and international integration.
In 2014, a project will be completed to link the Trans-Siberian and Trans-Korean main lines The Company is continuing to work on the project to create a new Eurasian transport corridor. Using the 1,520 mm broad gauge track from Bratislava and Vienna will establish a direct link between the railway system in Central Europe and the Asia-Pacific region via the Trans-Siberian Railway.

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