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Road Transport | Major Corridors and Roadways


Road Transport
Road transport is one of the most popular methods of cross-country freighting. Ample roads have made it possible to ship goods to virtually all corners of the country. Iran's network of roads connect Turkey, Nakhichevan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iraq and Turkmenistan, on the one side, to Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan on the other.
There are 176,615 kilometres of arterial routes in Iran, 2,176 kilometres of which are four-lane highways, 816 kilometres are major freeways, 56,733 kilometres are main roads and 90,906 kilometres are byroads.
Supervised by the Organisation of State Transport and Terminals, the transport network is administered by 3,300 firms, three per cent of which are public and the remaining are owned by the private sector.
Measures are under way to increase productivity of the nation-wide transport networks. According to estimates, completion of the north-south corridor is forecast to cost one billion dollars. Meanwhile, experts say once the route is completed, it will earn the state 150-300 dollars in revenues annually.


Major Corridors of Transport

East-West Corridor
1. Northern Track 1: It starts from the north-eastern towns of Sarakhs, Lotfabad, Bajgiran and Inche Borun and connects Tehran via Bazargan, Sero and Razi to Turkey.
2. Northern Track 2: It starts from the north-eastern areas and joins passageways in the north-west.
3. Central Track: It starts out from two branches one the northern and the other in the south-eastern areas such as Dogharoon and Mirjave. The track connects the central cities of Tehran and Isfahan to the border point of Khosravi and other spots in the north-west and south.
North-South Corridor
1. Western Track: It runs from Astara, Bilesavar and Jolfa through to the ports of Imam Khomeini, Khorramshahr and Abadan.
2. Eastern-Central Track: It runs from the northern ports of and the border points in the north-west and north-east of the country through to the central cities to Bandar Abbas, Chabahar and Bushehr.
The north-south corridor is an arterial route between the Central Asia, Transcaucasia and the Russian Federation, on the one hand, and the Persian Gulf and East Africa, on the other.

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