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Issue № 62. June 2017

Central Asian Transit Problems and Goals

Petr P. Bobrik

Ph.D., Senior Researcher, Solomenko Institute of Transport Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: Bobrikpp@mail.ru

This article is focused on the design of transport corridors in Central Asia. It is shown that low population density, distance from the ocean and local climate conditions are adverse to potential emergence of highly productive transport infrastructure in this region. To solve this problem we propose to concentrate traffic flows by choosing an optimal regular transportation net structure with smaller number of roads. We follow the scenario of population growth along the main transport corridors and prove the need for the development of the water supply systems according to the latitude-longitude principle.

Keywords

Optimal transport network, Central Asia, the Great Silk Road, transportation efficiency, water scarcity.

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