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Old June 20th, 2012, 12:16 AM   #21
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Old June 20th, 2012, 09:34 AM   #22
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How come Ekaterinburg is still written as Sverdlovsk? There are no more trains to Leningrad, so why Sverdlovsk?
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Old June 20th, 2012, 11:19 AM   #23
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Maybe that sign wasn't changed from 90s ? It's look rusty enaugh.
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Old June 21st, 2012, 02:24 PM   #24
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How come Ekaterinburg is still written as Sverdlovsk? There are no more trains to Leningrad, so why Sverdlovsk?
Old habits... Last time I checked, it was still Sverdlovsk and not
Ekaterineburg on www.poezda.net also.
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Old June 21st, 2012, 02:42 PM   #25
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Ah, I got it! The city is Ekaterinburg, but the railway stations are still called something like Sverdlovsk-Main, Sverdlovsk-Freight, Sverdlovsk-Classification, etc. :-) The same Story was with the N. Novgorod (railway station Gorkiy), but I'm not sure if they fixed that already.
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Old August 18th, 2012, 04:56 PM   #29
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I hope there is some reconstruction on Urgench railstation. Because otherwise it will be difficult to accept this condition.
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Old February 7th, 2013, 07:58 PM   #30
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Узбекистан планирует соединить железнодорожным сообщением западную часть страны через перевал Камчик с ее восточной частью в обход Таджикистана. Высота данного перевала составляет свыше 2,2 тыс. метров над уровнем моря. Через перевал проходит единственная автомобильная трасса между Ташкентской областью и Папским районом Наманганской области.

Новая узбекская электрифицированная железнодорожная линия «Ангрен-Пап», протяженностью 129 километров, пройдет через перевал Камчик вдоль северной границы с Таджикистаном.

ГАЖК «Узбекские железные дороги» оценивает стоимость строительства этой железнодорожной линии, которая свяжет Ферганскую долину (Андижанская, Наманганская и Ферганская области) с остальной частью Узбекистана, в $1,9 млрд.

Разработку окончательного варианта технико-экономического обоснования проекта планируется завершить до конца 2013 года, а в начале 2014 года приступить к непосредственным строительным работам. Проект предусматривает строительство двух тоннелей. Ожидается, что срок реализации этого проекта завершится в течение 5 лет.

ГАЖК «Узбекские железные дороги» строит такие амбициозные планы, в то время как имеет большие задолженности. Например, компания имеет долги в размере $5,8 млн., которые образовались в результате нарушения узбекской стороной условий двустороннего договора о порядке взаиморасчетов, а также правил комплексных расчетов между железнодорожными администрациями государств-участников СНГ и стран Балтии.

Узбекистан уже более пяти лет осуществляет грузоперевозки в Ферганскую долину автотранспортом через перевал Камчик, что многократно увеличивает себестоимость товаров.

Транзитом по железной дороге через Согдийскую область Таджикистана перевозятся лишь ГСМ. В прежние годы практически все снабжение Андижанской, Наманганской и Ферганской областей производилось транзитом через Согдийскую область, за что Таджикистан получал от Узбекистана ежегодно до $25 млн.

Ранее Узбекистан построил железнодорожные ветки, чтобы не пересекать транзитом территории Туркменистана и Казахстана.


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Old February 9th, 2013, 12:00 AM   #31
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Old February 22nd, 2013, 09:44 PM   #32
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Ah, I got it! The city is Ekaterinburg, but the railway stations are still called something like Sverdlovsk-Main, Sverdlovsk-Freight, Sverdlovsk-Classification, etc. :-) The same Story was with the N. Novgorod (railway station Gorkiy), but I'm not sure if they fixed that already.
They was renamed several years ago and you won't find any trains to "Sverdlovsk" today.
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Old June 11th, 2013, 05:40 PM   #33
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Old January 2nd, 2014, 07:55 PM   #34
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Uzbekiston Temir Yollari receives four Chinese cargo locomotives

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- State joint stock railway company Uzbekiston Temir Yollari received all eleven cargo electric locomotives of O’ZEL series, which were produced in China.

Last week, the Chinese consortium CNTIC and CNR DLRC delivered last four cargo electric locomotives of O’ZEL series.

Uzbekiston Temir Yollari and consortium CNTIC and CNR DLRC (China) signed an agreement on purchase of 11 electric cargo locomotives for US$44.39 million in 2011.

The project cost is US$47.3 million. Eximbank allocated a loan for US$42 million and own resources of Uzbekiston Temir Yollari.

The loan issued for 20 years, with five year grace period. Interest rate is 2.25% APR plus margin of refinancing bat at 0.25%.

http://www.uzdaily.com/articles-id-26159.htm
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Uzbekistan Temir Yollari transports 19m passengers in 2013

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- State joint stock railway company Uzbekistan Temir Yollari summed up results of 2013.

Deputy chairperson of Uzbekistan Temir Yollari Sherzod Ismatullaev said that the company transported about 82.9 million tonnes of cargo in line with preliminary data. Freight turnover made up 22.6 billion tonnes-km.

Over 19 million passengers used railway service and the passenger-turnover made up 3.685 billion passenger-km.

At the same time, high speed train Afrosiyob as of current date transported over 400,000 passengers.

The volume of Uzbekistan Temir Yollari made up US$319.4 million in 2013. The company produced industrial goods for 265.4 billion soums and rendered services to population for 48.5 billion soums.

Uzbekistan Temir Yollari used investments for US$452.7 million this year. About 18 projects were implemented. In 2014, the company is planning to increase used investments by 57% - US$633.5 million.

http://www.uzdaily.com/articles-id-26077.htm
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Uzbekistan has started the active phase of railway electrification in the south, reported Jahon referring to Uzbekistan Railways.

The Company has signed contracts for the supply of equipment for electrification of Marakand-Karshi railway with total cost of about $100 million. All the contracts have been signed on the basis of tenders announced by Uzbekistan Railways for 2013, in particular, with Latvian Belam Riga, which will supply various electronic control systems.

CNTIC (China National Technology Import & Export Corporation) will provide transformer substations and overhead contact system. This is the second CNTIC contract within the project. In November 2013, a contract worth $16.7 million has been signed with CNTIC for the supply of equipment and machines to service electric locomotives in the depot and the network under construction.

Recall that Uzbekistan Railways has started electrical equipment of Marakand - Karshi section with length of 140.8 km in January 2012. The project also includes the reconstruction of locomotive depot in Karshi for the operation of the new railway line Tashguzar-Boysun-Kumkurgan.

Electrification of total length of over 1,000 km and worth $2.8 billion is planned by 2012. This will increase the transit of goods through the territory of Uzbekistan. For the Uzbek railway system, which accounts for about 60% of freight turnover in the country and almost 80% of total cargo export and import, this are quite significant figures.

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Electric locomotive O’ZBEKISTON



O’ZBEKISTON type adopts a lot of innovation on optimizing wheel-gauge relation for achieving adequate allowance in bend running. Installs Russianlocomotive safety signal system and ТСКБМ driver alert system, makes the locomotive more intellectualized and more reliable, for Ukraine adopts 1520mm gauge and their railway has many bend and little curvature. Ukraine also has special application environment on climatic temperature difference, the lowest is -40 ℃ and the hottest is 50 ℃。According to UIC651 standard of the international railway union, new material and new method for cutting off or lowering noise spreading is adopted, the noise level is greatly lowered.

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Is there any direct link Almaty-Tashkent in service or planned for the future?
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Is there any direct link Almaty-Tashkent in service or planned for the future?
We have this direction. Almaty-Tashkent (via Nukus)
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Is there any direct link Almaty-Tashkent in service or planned for the future?
Right now there are only these direct trains between Almaty and Tashkent:

1x weekly Almaty - Tashkent - Nukus
every 4 days: Novosibirsk - Almaty - Tashkent


According to http://www.inform.kz/eng/article/2627328 Kazakh Railways are planning to introduce a fast Talgo-overnight train between Almaty and Tashkent this year.
In this article (http://www.railways.kz/ru/node/6746) it is said that the Talgo-train Almaty - Tashkent will be introduced in summer 2014.
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