Infrastructure: Projects implemented by JSC “Boshtransloyiha”
- 04/23/2019 10:03:00 am
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It is difficult to imagine the implementation of almost all projects of the JSC "O’zbekistan temir yo’llari" without the work of specialists of the JSC "Boshtransloyiha".
Specialists of the Main design and survey Institute for transport and related infrastructure develop feasibility studies (FS), projects of new railway lines, access roads, stations, artificial structures, bridges, underpasses and overpasses, industrial buildings, electrification of Railways.
Tashkent – Samarkand high – speed railway, Marokand – Karshi and Karshi – Termez railway sections, Angren – PAP electrified railway line, Navoi – Uchkuduk – Misken – Sultanuizdag railway line, Tashguzar – Boysun – Kumkurgan railway line, Hairaton-Mazari-Sharif railway line, combined bridge across the Amu Darya river near Tashsaka village and road bridge over the Amu Darya river near Chalysh village, overpasses in the city of Tashkent – this is only a small list of those large-scale projects that have been implemented on the basis of the development of the JSC "Boshtransloyiha".
Currently, the PAP – Namangan – Andijan and Marakand – Navoi lines are being electrified, a modern civil aviation airport complex is being built on the basis of the "Tashkent-East" airfield, an elevated Sergeli Metro line is being built in Tashkent, a bridge across the Chirchik river is being built. Also, specialists of the JSC "Boshtransloyiha" performed engineering and technical surveys and developed a project of a three-level transport interchange at the intersection of Ahangaran and Parkent streets, this is the first such construction in our country.
In addition, work is continuing on new projects such as the construction of a new railway line Mazar-Sharif – Herat, Mazar-Sharif – Kabul – Peshawar, the electrification of the railway line Bukhara – Urgench – Khiva, a project for the construction of a new railway that will connect Uzbekistan – Kyrgyzstan – China.
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