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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:19 PM   #41
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Thanks all for your interest in my thread. For the user XAN from Ukraine, I want to say that I first heard that in Ukraine there are high-speed trains. Perhaps it is. Only here in Ukraine, he apparently develops only 160. But in Uzbekistan develops if it is necessary above.

I have nothing against it.
Well there is no high speed rail in Ukraine - because 160 km\h isn't a high-speed rail.
Uzbekistan has no HSR at the moment - because 160 km\h isn't a high-speed rail.

Some day, both Uzbescistan and Ukraine will get a true HSR services with 200+ speed, just not now.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 10:06 PM   #42
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Well there is no high speed rail in Ukraine - because 160 km\h isn't a high-speed rail.
Uzbekistan has no HSR at the moment - because 160 km\h isn't a high-speed rail.

Some day, both Uzbescistan and Ukraine will get a true HSR services with 200+ speed, just not now.
Personally, I was driving 175 km per hour in some of the more than 200 km. It was December 31, 2011.

Make no mistake people. In Ukraine, no high-speed railway. In Uzbekistan, there will be developed.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 11:15 PM   #43
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Personally, I was driving 175 km per hour in some of the more than 200 km. It was December 31, 2011.

Make no mistake people. In Ukraine, no high-speed railway. In Uzbekistan, there will be developed.
Are you a train driver?
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Old March 19th, 2012, 11:17 PM   #44
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Are you a train driver?
No. I went to Samarkand in the day (31 december)
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Old March 21st, 2012, 09:44 PM   #45
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ADB and JICA sign Uzbekistan electrification loans

01 March 2012



UZBEKISTAN: The government has signed two international loans which will be used to complete 25 kV electrification of the 831·5 km north - south route between Toshkent and Termez by July 2017.

On February 16 Asian Development Bank signed a US$100m loan to fund work on the 140·8 km section from the current end of the electrification at Marakand to Qarshi.

On February 26 Japan International Cooperation Agency signed a 30-year official development assistance loan providing US$221m for electrification of the 325 km from Qarshi to Qumqo'rgo'n and Termez, along with modernisation of telecoms, repairs to electric locomotives and purchase of other equipment. This package covers the 223 km mountainous Tashguzar - Qumqo'rgo'n line which was partly funded by JICA and opened in August 2007.

Electrification is intended to lower operating costs and energy consumption while increasing speeds, capacity and efficiency on the Toshkent - Termez route, which forms part of the Northern Distribution Network supplying international forces in Afghanistan.
http://www.railwaygazette.com/nc/new...ion-loans.html

25KV = 250km/h for the Talgo ?
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Old March 21st, 2012, 09:57 PM   #46
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Surprised with Uzbekistan HSR. Keep it up.

Any further upgrading or new HSR in short term?

Hopefully extend to Astana or even connect China HSR.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 11:16 PM   #47
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Do not tell me nonsense. Uzbekistan wealthy enough gas production, gold, uranium country. Dynamically developing country.
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Your opinion for us is not important. You are a critic. Criticize without knowing. You are not a constructive critic.
No offense, citi, but your comments, stance, position clearly reveal Central Asians' symptons at being duped by all their despots-in-the-making. One book went so far as to be predicting serious escalation of the whole region's problems, aggravations, to an extent that will surpass the Middle East's own share as we know it. In addition, mere daily service on an HSR line serves as further evidence of exclusionary practices adopted ... such a whopping sum of money doled out in a country with an abominally staggering, mind-boggling onset of impoverishment
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Old March 21st, 2012, 11:35 PM   #48
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No offense, citi, but your comments, stance, position clearly reveal Central Asians' symptons at being duped by all their despots-in-the-making. One book went so far as to be predicting serious escalation of the whole region's problems, aggravations, to an extent that will surpass the Middle East's own share as we know it. In addition, mere daily service on an HSR line serves as further evidence of exclusionary practices adopted ... such a whopping sum of money doled out in a country with an abominally staggering, mind-boggling onset of impoverishment
In general I understand you are discriminated against!
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 01:18 AM   #49
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It's become clear which of us two be the one wishing it ...
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If this train doesn't go up 200km/h, this thread should be merged with : UZBEKISTAN | Railways
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 02:40 AM   #51
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If this train doesn't go up 200km/h, this thread should be merged with : UZBEKISTAN | Railways
Apparently the train touches 250 km/h on a short stretch, as far as i can make out.
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 02:43 AM   #52
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Tallying how many minutes per week?
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Tallying how many minutes per week?
Heck if I know, but it seems to match Gadiri's requirement.
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 03:59 PM   #54
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All international experts:

I personally went above 200 miles per hour It was on this train.

I have to prove anything to YOU IS NOT GOING. I am sorry that I have created a theme and I did not know that there are sitting absolute critics (who do not want to see the obvious)
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 10:49 PM   #55
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Well if it touches 250km/h, however short the distance it is, should qualify it as HSR.
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 03:58 AM   #56
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I personally went above 200 miles per hour It was on this train.

I have to prove anything to YOU IS NOT GOING. I am sorry that I have created a theme and I did not know that there are sitting absolute critics (who do not want to see the obvious)
200 miles per hour?
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200 miles per hour?
Excuse me. I wanted to write more 200 km
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 12:37 PM   #58
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Citi, please keep us informed about the future of HSR in Uzbekistan. Thank you for this thread. It is important.
Are there any plans to connect Bukhara (or even Qarshi or Nukus) with Tashkent with HSR? Are there any plans (and needs) for more than one train per day between Toshkent and Samarkand?
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Citi, please keep us informed about the future of HSR in Uzbekistan. Thank you for this thread. It is important.
Are there any plans to connect Bukhara (or even Qarshi or Nukus) with Tashkent with HSR? Are there any plans (and needs) for more than one train per day between Toshkent and Samarkand?
Between Tashkent and Samarkand trains run every day. By 2015, trains will run up to Bukhara (and other major cities in the country). I know high-speed railway will be laid to the city of Termez, Navoi
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Samarkand? Quite a new challenge laid out for HSR know-how! What emergency measure might be in place to mitigate passengers' suffering should their unit outright stall because of some power failure, somewhere in the vast remote desert underneath sunshine exceeding 150ºF, pray tell us
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