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.

Materials on topic
44 publications
Types of materials
Period
Report
02.02.2024
Report
02.02.2024
Outlook for trade and transport links between Uzbekistan and Belarus

Belarus is restructuring its foreign trade logistics, looking to new markets, intensifying cooperation with countries that are already importing Belarusian products. Belarus is looking for new transport routes through Central Asian countries, particularly Uzbekistan.

Article
01.26.2024
Rail Freight Market Overview. January 2024

Transit time and possible transport corridors on the China — Europe — China route.

Report
12.28.2023
Report
12.28.2023
Cargo flows between Uzbekistan and the European Union: opportunities and constraints for rail transit

On account of strategic position of Central Asian countries between Europe and Asia, the European Union is becoming ever more actively interested in a stable partnership with the countries of Central Asia, and seeks to develop relations not only with Central Asia as a whole, but also with each individual state in the region

Article
12.27.2023
Contrasting rail freight trends between China and Europe

The China-Europe rail freight market is undergoing a major transformation, with the notable emergence of the Middle Corridor, despite significant operating constraints.

Article
11.29.2023
Central Asia Transit Nations Looking At New Transport Corridors

Avoiding Kazakhstan has become a Eurasian logistics concern as sanctions measures spread

News
11.03.2023
An International Initiative
Source: 1520 International
Article
10.31.2023
Rail Freight Market Overview 2023

Transit time and possible transport corridors on the China — Europe — China route

News
10.19.2023
Indian accent
Report
10.04.2023
Report
10.04.2023
Analysis and prospects for the Trans-Caspian international transport route

The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR) runs through China, Kazakhstan, the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey and further through the Black Sea to Europe. The TITR is a multimodal route that involves two modes of transport: rail and sea.

Article
08.31.2023
Monster trucks and lots of rail: The wish list for the EU’s Greening Transport Package

The EU wants to slash emissions from transport by 90 percent by 2050 by getting cargo off of CO2-emitting trucks and on to much cleaner railways and barges.