Baku – Beyuk Kesik
Rail Trans Service is involved in modernization, reconstruction and development of Baku-Beyuk Kesik section as part of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars international railway project.
According to the contract, the work on detailed design, supply and installation of signaling system, including connection and other components compliant with 25kW and 50hz, is underway.
Launched in 2018, Baku-Tbilisi-Kars route implies restoration of the ancient Silk Way via the steel highway. Azerbaijan accounts for 504km out of 846km of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars corridor. 263km and 79km fall to the share of Georgia and Turkey respectively. As a shortcut, Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway makes it easy for Central Asian countries, as well as China, to access the European and world markets.
Stations commissioned in May 2017:
- Soyug Bulag station
- Salakhly station
Stations commissioned in January 2019:
- Poylu station
- Agstafa station
Stations commissioned in June 2019:
- Boyuk-Kesik station
- Tatli station
- Tovuz station
- Qovlar station
Stations commissioned in September 2019:
- Dallar station
Stations commissioned in October 2019:
- Zayam station
Stations commissioned in November 2019:
- Shamkir station
- Alabashly station
Stations commissioned in December 2019:
- Ganja station