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  • Preparations for the 2nd European Games are under the way

    The Belarusian Railway has developed a timetable for trains in Minsk—Masiukoŭščyna—Belarus direction to take fans to the 2nd European Games venues Minsk Arena and Rowing Canal in Zaslauje.

    An additional 57 trains will operate in Minsk— Masiukoŭščyna—Belarus direction during the period from 22 to 30 June (32 city line and 25 regional economy class trains).

    As many as 62 trains will transport fans back to the Minsk Pasažyrski railway station (38 city line and 24 regional economy class trains).

    In cooperation with the Belarusian Association of Transport Experts and Surveyors, the Belarusian Railway checked navigation and passenger information systems at the Minsk Pasažyrski and Belarus railway stations, and also the Masiukoŭščyna and Minsk Paŭnočny stopping points. To make navigation in rail transport facilities easier for passengers the information system has been developed, both in terms of content and placement.

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  • Business meeting of railway administration heads — members of the UTLC ERA project was held in Moscow

    The Head of the Belarusian Railway took part in a business meeting of railway administration heads — members of the UTLC ERA project. This meeting was held on 28 of January in Moscow.

    The business meeting has taken place between the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways Oleg Belozerov, the Chairman of the Board of JSC Kazakhstan Temir Zholy National Company Sauat Mynbayev, United Transport and Logistics Company - Eurasian Rail Alliance (UTLC ERA) president Aleksei Grom. The meeting dedicated to summing up the 2018 working results of UTLC ERA, as well as long-term development plans.

    The volume of transit freight transportation serviced by UTLC ERA in China—EU—China direction was 273,7 th TEU, 156% compared to 2017.

    The Belarusian Railway has been working to develop the terminal infrastructure on the Belarusian—Polish border, to redistribute container flows and to set up new routes for container trains.

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