Azerbaijan: Ilham Aliyev allocates funding for construction of road in Oghuz

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has signed an order to provide funds for the construction of Bujag-Mukhas-Bash Dashagil road in Oghuz region.

Under the presidential order, the Azerbaijan Highway State Agency is allocated 9.4 million manats for the construction of the road connecting four residential areas with a total population of 4,000 people. (AzerNews/Business World Magazine)

Ukraine: Ukrzaliznytsia to sustain no losses from cessation of rail services with Russia

Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan has said that PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia will not sustain financial losses in the event of termination of railway services with Russia. “These eight trains, which now run in the Russian direction, could have become a significant relief for Ukrainian citizens who want to travel inside the country. They would generate at…

Estonia: Saaremaa bridge advocates meet with Chinese business executives

Representatives of the Chinese state-owned construction company China Construction Communication Engineering Group visited the island of Muhu, where they were familiarized with the plans of a local group of businessmen to build a bridge between Muhu and Saaremaa and the Estonian mainland. The representatives affirmed their company’s readiness to participate in the bridge project. Former…

Lithuania: tender to rebuild Renge section announced

Lithuania’s state-run railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) has called a tender to rebuild the Mazeikiai-Renge railway section dismantled a decade ago. The section was used by the Mazeikiai-based oil processing company Orlen Lietuva, owned by Poland’s Orlen, to transport its oil products to Latvia. According to information on Lithuania’s central public procurement website, the…

Estonia: Uber prices up in Tallinn

Whilst ride-sharing service Uber has hiked its prices at least in Tallinn, taxi-hailing app Taxify has announced that it is not planning to follow suit and that its pricing policy will remain as it is for the foreseeable future. “Taxify is not planning any changes in pricing in the near future,” Marek Unt, head of…

Ukraine: 4,500 bridges in need of immediate repair

Former Deputy Minister of Transport, Adviser to Ukravtodor CEO Oleksandr Kava says there are about 17,000 bridges of various lifetime and size in Ukraine, while 4,500 of them require immediate repair. “We have 17,000 bridges along public roads, two-thirds of which require major repairs, while 4,500 bridges need very urgent repairs,” Kava noted. The official…