How to navigate Kazakhstan rail transport in a hurry

KAZAKHSTAN (AP) There’s a bit of an international rush to get to the northern part of the Kazakhstan capital, Astana, where the capital’s train system is already under construction.

A couple dozen trucks of construction equipment and trailers have set off from Astana on a bus, and the first few passengers on the bus have left.

But there are other people on the journey too.

The first stop is near the Russian border, and they’ll hop on a ferry that’s just a few miles away.

It’s not a long ride.

The bus will take about four hours to reach the port.

It takes about 20 minutes for the first passenger to get off the bus.

A few passengers will be waiting in the back.

The second stop is in the provincial capital, Osh, on the main highway.

There are also buses from the capital to other cities in the region.

Some will make it in the afternoon and return later in the day.

A third stop is at the border with Kyrgyzstan.

The buses will take between five and seven hours.

A fourth stop is about 50 kilometers away from the main city of Astana.

They’ll take about five to 10 hours.

The last stop is the capital city of the republic of Dagestan, in the city of Ulan Bator.

It will take four hours for the last passenger to be on the buses.

A bus takes around two hours to travel to the city.

The capital is expected to get more buses in the coming weeks.

The train system in Kazakhstan started in 1999.

There’s no direct train service between Astana and the capital.

That’s a big change from the old system that used rail, the railroads and other transportation companies.

The main highway in Astana is also getting rebuilt.

The city is expected soon to be completely rebuilt.

It was built as a railroad station and it was used for the railroad until it was taken over by the Soviet Union in 1991.

There was a lot of traffic and noise.

The road was closed for several years after the collapse of the Soviet empire, and was reopened only in 2014.

A new road is being built in the western part of Astanas city center.

The new road will help alleviate traffic congestion, but it’s not as good as the existing road.

The construction of the road was halted for years after a landslide in 2017 killed more than 100 people and damaged over 1,300 structures.

The railroad tracks will be completely replaced with a new road, and it will connect to the main road in Astanas old city.

There is also a new highway that will be completed in the spring, but there are still a few roadblocks.

The railway station is in a remote part of Kazakhstan and has a lot more restrictions.