For nearly two centuries, rail transport has had a long tradition of serving millions of travellers every day. While the development of high speed rail has brought cities closer, it is within the boundaries of metropolitan areas that the overwhelming majority of rail journeys are made, with 100 billion trips now made on metros and trams every year around the world...
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17/10/2014 | Astana: an advancing city in the modern age
The vast territory of Kazakhstan spans across 2.7 million km. With a low population density, widely-spread centres of industry and agriculture, and remoteness from world markets, the need for different modes of transportation in Kazakhstan is vital. Astana, the country’s capital, has seen a growing number of constructions and investment directed towards public transport since it became the capital in 1997...