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...
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