Pakistan-Afghanistan-Uzbekistan railway track rehabilitation work in full swing
Homework has been completed and the World Bank has also approved financing for this.
History of this railway track is very old the information available on the internet, this track was started in 1925. It is a 52 km track from Peshawar to Landi Kotal which enters Khyber District through Peshawar Airport to be a mountainous area. Due to this, the track passes through winding routes through 34 tunnels and 92 bridges to Landi Kotal.
Train track was badly damaged by monsoon rains in 2008. At the time, the situation in the tribal areas was exacerbated by terrorism, which led to the closure of the railway track, which has yet to be restored.
Now Pak-Afghan Uzbekistan has begun joint efforts to rehabilitate the track.
railway officials, the railway track will run from Afghanistan to Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries. The people will also have employment opportunities and people will also have the opportunity to travel by train to Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.