Afghanistan Railway Authority
  • Kabul, Afghanistan
About Us

The majority of Afghanistan's infrastructure suffered extensive damage due to the Soviet invasion, civil conflicts following 1979, and inadequate upkeep in the subsequent years. Over the course of more than 30 years of conflict, very little development occurred, resulting in a substantial infrastructure gap. Post-2002, Afghanistan aimed to undertake significant infrastructure initiatives, including the establishment of a national rail network, addressing the escalating demands (increasing by 25 percent annually) of electrical systems, enhancing national road networks, and constructing crucial elements such as dams and airfields. These endeavors are deemed essential for Afghanistan's overall development.