Georgian Railway

Trans-Caspian International Transport Route may become alternative to Suez Canal

The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route came in the spotlight after one of the world’s largest container ships, Ever Given, lodged in the Suez Canal, halting maritime traffic for a week and causing billions of dollars in losses, Caspian News writes. The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea and provides the shortest sea link between Asia and Europe, with about 12 percent of total global trade moving through it

Georgian railroads resume its work

The movement of the Georgian trains, previously interrupted due to coronavirus restrictions, was restored today by the decision of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, which he announced on 24 February. At the moment, the railroad …

Railway workers plan to go on strike in Georgia

A total of 4,800 employees of the Georgian Railway are preparing to go on strike on August 10 if their salaries are not be increased by 50%, the railway union reports.  Georgian Railway has responded to the demands, calling …

Georgia Railway adds Tbilisi-Batumi routes in summer

Georgian Railways said that more passages will be scheduled from Tbilisi to Batumi in the summer, due to the hot season and the increased inflow of tourists. Five passages will take place on the Tbilisi-Batumi route from July 19. The …