Astana Nurly Jol railway station
Astana Nurly Zhol (Kazakh: Астана Нұрлы жол, Astana Nurly Jol; Russian: Астана Нурлы Жол) is the main railway station in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan. As part of the infrastructure build up to Expo 2017 the station is located near Mynzhyldyk Alley with a new capacity of 35,000 it was opened on June 1, 2017.
|Owned by||Kazakhstan Temir Zholy|
|Opened||1 June 2017|
The 45,000 ft² station building has an enclosed space of 110,000m², a 70,000m² car park and 2,550m long railway platforms. It was designed by the Turkish company Tabanlıoğlu Architects. The design was awarded first place in the MIPIM AR Future Projects Award.
Around half of the train services serving Nur-Sultan call at Astana Nurly Zhol. Most of these services originate/terminate here, rather than "through" services as this is a terminal station. Almost all Talgo services that serve Nur-Sultan use this station. A handful of services call at both Astana-1 railway station and Astana Nurly Zhol.
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