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Thursday, September 24th, 2020

IN 2018, 17 NEW REGULAR INTERNATIONAL BUS ROUTES HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED

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By the end of 2018, regular international passenger traffic will be implemented on 121 routes:

85 routes between Kazakhstan and Russia;

14 routes between Kazakhstan and China;

12 routes between Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan;

1 route between Kazakhstan and Mongolia;

9 routes between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

In addition, transit routes across Kazakhstan are located in the Russian Federation – Kyrgyz Republic, the Kyrgyz Republic – the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Russian Federation – the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation – the Republic of Tadjikistan.

In order to ensure passenger traffic between border states, in 2018, 17 new regular international bus routes were opened:

* RF – 5 (Zhitikara – Ekaterinburg, Temirtau – Krasnoyarsk, Karaganda – Novosibirsk, Petropavlovsk – Surgut, Saryagash – Omsk);

* RK – 3 (Kant – Kara su, Tokmak – Masanchi, Shymkent – Bishkek);

* Ur – 9 (Shymkent – Tashkent, Almaty – Tashkent, Kyzylorda – Tashkent, Ush – Konyr – Tashkent, Ush – Konyr – Nukus, Zhetysay – Tashkent, Silk Road – Tashkent, Ushkonyr – Chirchik, Turkestan – Tashkent).

Also, interregional passenger transportation is carried out on 120 routes.

From the beginning of 2018 15 inter-regional routes were opened: Kokshetau-Astana (2 routes), Burabai-Astana, Korgalzhyn-Astana, Astana-Derzhavinsk, Astana-Zaporozhye, Astana-Atbasar, Astana-Shantobe, Astana-Mikhailovka, Akkol-Astana, Akimovka Astana, Stepnogorsk, Astana-Partizanka, Almaty-Aral and Turkestan-Aralsk.

Source: Ministry of investments and Developments

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