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838 Km of New Railroads by Yearend
838 Km of New Railroads by Yearend

838 Km of New Railroads by Yearend

838 Km of New Railroads by Yearend

Iran will inaugurate 838 kilometers of railroads by the end of the current Iranian year (March 20, 2018), a deputy minister of roads and urban development said.
“The 267-km Tehran-Hamedan rail project will become operational in the coming days,” Kheirollah Khademi was also quoted as saying by ILNA.
“Four other provincial capitals will also join Iran’s rail network in a prioritized order by the yearend.”
Khademi also said Qazvin-Rasht, the so-called Gharb (West) project, connecting the city of Arak in the central Markazi Province to Khosravi Border Crossing in the western Kermanshah Province bordering Iraq, as well as Mahabad-Urmia and Mianeh-Bostanabad railroads will be launched this year.

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