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05.04.2018 11:14

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running On April 4, passenger trains of local directions of reconstructed Southern Railway Station began running. The first train has run from Tashkent to Bukhara.

In connection with this, a media tour for journalists was organized.

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

The Southern Railway Station has been reconstructed taking into account modern architectural requirements on instructions of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, within the framework of relevant resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

500 builders were involved and more than 30 units of equipment were used in reconstruction activities. The total area of the station is 9.2 hectares, there are 3 platforms with a length of 650 meters.

It is noteworthy that checking tickets, passports and cargo of passengers is carried out only once – at the entrance to the station. Free trolleys and wheelchairs are provided. There is a waiting hall, a VIP hall, a mother and child room, a medical center, lounges, a buffet, mobile shopping kiosks, Wi-Fi and electronic library, sweets and souvenirs sale centers, electronic information center, a hall for tourists and others.

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

In order to ensure safety of passengers, the station building, cash desk and the territory around are equipped with 170 surveillance cameras.

12 ticket offices are organized on the territory of the station to save passengers time. It is possible to order tickets remotely. The station can serve 11 thousand passengers daily.

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

Tashkent Southern Railway Station trains began running

Ulugbek Asrorov, photos by Okil Gulamov, UzA
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