Bajzë Rail Station

Bajzë Rail Station


Bajzë, Albania (AL)
The Bajzë Rail Station (Albanian: Stacioni Hekurudhor i Bajzë) is a railroad station located in Bajzë, Albania. It serves Albanian Railways as a freight line between Bajzë and Shkodër with an extension to the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica operated by Railways of Montenegro. Two freight trains pass daily through the station, hauling over 10,000 tonnes of commodities monthly. Long term plans exist to establish and operate international passenger trains between Albania and Montenegro via Bajzë. The vast majority of Albanian entrepreneurs import their goods through the railway line from all over Europe, as transport through train is about 50% cheaper than road transport. Cleaning of toxic chemicals, which had been dumped during 1991-1992, finished in 2009.
The Bajzë Rail Station (Albanian: Stacioni Hekurudhor i Bajzë) is a railroad station located in Bajzë, Albania. It serves Albanian Railways as a freight line between Bajzë and Shkodër with an extension to the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica operated by Railways of Montenegro. Two freight trains pass daily through the station, hauling over 10,000 tonnes of commodities monthly. Long term plans exist to establish and operate international passenger trains between Albania and Montenegro via Bajzë. The vast majority of Albanian entrepreneurs import their goods through the railway line from all over Europe, as transport through train is about 50% cheaper than road transport. Cleaning of toxic chemicals, which had been dumped during 1991-1992, finished in 2009.
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