Kazakhstan’s railways have changed the way we travel.
It’s been 20 years since the country first opened its first rail link to the outside world.
Now, more than a decade later, Kazakhstan’s rail system is poised to become the world’s largest.
The government is building a $1.2 trillion rail network in order to expand capacity and provide better service for its 1.3 billion citizens.
But it’s not just a massive investment.
Kazakhstan’s transport ministry has set a goal of reaching 100 percent of the country’s population by 2030.
The country’s rail network will also serve as a way for Kazakhstan to meet the growing demand for cheap transportation.
Here’s a look at how the country will use its rail network and the challenges it will face.
Kazakh railways will be the world ‘s largest transportation network’ The rail network is one of the most technologically advanced in the world.
Its technology is being used to build new infrastructure for Kazakhstan’s economy, as well as for infrastructure projects across the world, such as the Silk Road trade route.
The railway network is a major part of Kazakhstan’s infrastructure, as it serves as a major hub for international trade and transport, as part of a region of Central Asia that is also home to some of the world`s largest coal reserves.
The Kazakh railway system is expected to be one of Kazakhstans biggest transportation assets, according to an August 2016 report from the Institute for Strategic Studies (ISSU), an international think tank based in London.
The report estimates that the railway network will serve up to one billion passengers annually by 2030, with a projected growth rate of 8.5 percent per year.
Kazakh rail is already used by tens of millions of people The government has built its rail system largely on a national budget.
The rail budget, which covers a large chunk of the nation`s gross domestic product, is pegged at $1 trillion.
As of 2015, the government spent a total of $6.4 billion on the rail network.
However, the budget does not account for the cost of construction, maintenance, and other expenses.
The bulk of that spending is spent on improving the rail infrastructure, such a roads, tunnels, and rails.
Construction of new rail infrastructure is expected, according the ISSU, to cost $10 billion to $15 billion per year, with the government aiming to spend $2.6 billion per month for the entire project.
The main costs for the rail project are estimated to be $7.5 billion per project, with more than half of the budget for this portion coming from private capital.
The Kazakhstan Railways will be one the worlds largest transport network, surpassing China’s China National Petroleum Corporation and Russia’s GazpromSource: Wikimedia Commons The Kazakh Railways are a public-private partnership between the Kazakh government and a consortium of companies.
The consortium is known as the Kazakhstan Railroads Corporation, or KRC, which was founded in 2007.
The company has been tasked with building and operating the countrys rail system.
The KRC has two main functions: to provide passenger services to and from the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana, and to facilitate trade with neighboring countries, including Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan.
The group also provides financial services to the railway industry.
The majority of the money for construction is earmarked for the construction of rail tunnels and roads, but there are also other projects that could also make the country a world leader.
The vast majority of infrastructure spending for the KRC goes towards building rail tunnels for international trains, which are used to travel through countries.
However to increase the number of international trains that can pass through the Kazakhstan Railway, the K-25, and the KTR-8, KRC is spending a large amount of money to construct new, underground and elevated rail tunnels.
The first tunnel is expected by 2021.
The construction of the second tunnel is slated for completion in 2021.
The railways have the capacity to carry a million passengers per day, but only a small portion of the government’s spending goes towards this, according TOB International, an independent international research firm that studies the economies of developing countries.
A major portion of Kazakhstan`s rail budget goes towards expanding the KRR’s capacity and improving its services, according ToB International.
The expansion of KRR service has been a priority for the Kazakh Government, according Kazak President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov.
The goal is to reach 10 million passengers a day by 2020, with 10 percent of that reaching international passengers, according Berdyns official website.
Kazakhstan plans to make the rail system the world�s biggest source of freight transportationSource: ISSU via GlobalPostThe government hopes to expand its rail operations to reach a capacity of over one million passengers daily by 2030 by providing an adequate number of seats on trains, according a statement released in April 2018