Transport corridors

The main structural elements of modern transport and logistics systems are transport corridors. Now, the construction and development of transport corridors should meet the main global trends and challenges: stimulating the economic growth of the corridor countries, safety, reliability and environmental friendliness of transport.

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30 publications
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Article
09.30.2022
Iran's policy in Central Asia is gaining momentum amid the Russian-Ukrainian confrontation

Against the background of international turbulence, Iran has seen a sudden rise in its importance as a transit and transport hub connecting China and Central Asia to Europe, and also Russia with India, along the International North—South Transport Corridor (INSTC).

Article
03.24.2022
International North–South Transport Corridor: establishment of the Eurasia’s transport framework

The Eurasian Development Bank has presented the new study, which formulates the idea of a Eurasian transport framework and assesses the potential of the International North—South Transport Corridor (INSTC) against the backdrop of new opportunities.

Report
01.31.2022
Report
01.31.2022
International transport corridors

The authors of the study reveal the current state of the container transport market and describe its features in Space 1520, detailing growth opportunities.

Report
11.11.2021
Report
11.11.2021
The Iron Frame of Eurasia: achievements, problems and prospects of continental connectivity

The growing benefits of land trade between Asia, Central Asia, Russia and Europe raise questions about the possibilities of developing and strengthening relations between these regions.

Report
09.16.2021
Report
09.16.2021
Trade between Germany and China in 2020: the structure of German exports and prospects for modal shift to rail
In 2020, China became the main trading partner of Germany and the EU. The German economy is the strongest in Europe, and China is the driver of global economic growth. Therefore, the ties between Germany and China are of particular importance for the development of the Eurasian railway route.