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Priority transport corridors


Trans-Caspian international transport route

The Trans-Caspian international transport route is an international transport corridor, which runs through China, Kazakhstan, the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey and further to European countries.
 The International Association TMTM is an organization that unites and represents today the interests of a number of countries and companies located on TMTM, thereby reviving the route of the historic Great Silk Road.
 The potential of container traffic of the Trans-Caspian international transport route by 2020 is estimated at more than 300 thousand.

Transport Corridor “North-South”

The North-South transport corridor is intended to connect Northern Europe with Southeast Asia, including the railways of Azerbaijan, Iran and Russia. At the first stage, it is planned to transport six million tons of cargo per year along the North-South corridor, and in the future – 15-20 million tons of cargo.
 Cargo will pass through the territory of India and further through the Persian Gulf, Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia in the direction of the Scandinavian states and Northern Europe in just 14 days.

Baku – Tbilisi – Kars

The Baku – Tbilisi – Kars railway is a transport corridor connecting the railway networks of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.
 Initially, the completion of the project was planned for 2010, but the date was postponed several times. In February 2016, after the fifth meeting of the three participating countries represented by the ministers of foreign affairs, the completion date for 2017 was announced. The total length of the BTK is 826 kilometers. The estimated capacity is 1 million passengers and 6.5 million tons of cargo. In the future, it may be increased to three million passengers and 20 million tons of cargo.