Construction of two large transportation projects which are said to be unmatched in Iran's road and railway building history started on Saturday.
Grounds were broken for the projects in a ceremony attended by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The two projects are a six-lane freeway, extending 1,000 kilometers from the central city of Qom to the northeastern city of Mashhad, passing through Tehran, Garmsar, Semnan and Sabzevar, and the Tehran-Mashhad electric train railway.>>>
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If it works, why not?by azadi5 on Mon Oct 11, 2010 09:52 AM PDT
Iran needs more investment in infrastructure, so it's a good idea to build this road and railway. who cares if their slogan is haram to haram. the project connects other cities along the way.
The only thing is though, the company who is getting the money to do this project is part of sepah, so they are in fact giving money to sepah which most likely means these projects will start and not finish, or finished poorly while sepah steals the money.
Haram to Haramby IranFirst on Sun Oct 10, 2010 06:19 PM PDT
See the slogan behind the Monkey. Instead of building roads to improve the economy and manufacturing, the $3 billion is wasted to build roads to go and see the burial places of the Arabs who have brought the cancer of Islam to Iran and to add more insult the roads are build exclusively by the Terrorist IRCG and no Iranian companies are allowed to bid