The study will focus on the northern part of Afghanistan and will assess the long-term traffic demand and the sector's capacity, review available options, and develop recommendations for the Government. The TA will carry out technical, social, environmental, financial, and economic assessments for two major routes: (i) from Hairatan at the border with Uzbekistan to Herat in the west via Mazar-e-Sharif, and (ii) from Shirkhan Bendar at the border with Tajikistan via Kunduz to Naibabad joining Mazar-e-Sharif to Herat.
Latest Project Documents
|Railway Development Study||Aug 2011|
|Railway Development Study||May 2010|
|Hairatan to Mazar-e-Sharif Railway Development Project||Aug 2009|
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