Road Construction

With the development of the automotive industry and the emergence of automotive companies in the country, the issue of improving and developing roads was also on the agenda in different regions and the expansion of roads (railways, roads and airlines) even when the country was involved in war was one of the system strategies It became the executive, and following the increase in road accident casualties caused by this situation, it was the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran that undertook to reform the matter and raise the flag of road safety.

The process of road construction in Iran, relying on rich oil revenues, especially in the third seven-year development plan of the 1350s and by foreign contractors, continued in such a way that in the years leading up to the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the country’s roads are 56,000 km long and 11,000 km long. A villager arrived.

The rise of the Islamic Revolution in the field of road construction

Accordingly, the length of highways under construction in Iran in 1979, one year after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, was 359 km, of which 98 km were delivered in the same year. Also, about five thousand kilometers of the main road was under construction this year, of which 604 kilometers were built in the same year.

During these years, road safety was not only marginalized, but measures in this regard were not comparable to the volume of road construction in more than a decade. This imbalance is evident in the official report of the government in 1982, if the installation of several 30 and 100 ton weighbridges, inspection, repair and service of weighbridges across the country, maintenance of telecommunication systems related to the road network and preparation of telecommunication coverage plan for Isfahan and Shahrekord cities as Measures related to securing the country’s roads were announced this year.

Undoubtedly, the development of roads in this vast geographical area will not be an easy task, a huge area that is geographically many times more than many world-famous countries, and in fact, in this regard, Islamic Iran is one of the vast countries and The world is vast.

Construction of more than 5,000 kilometers of railways in the railway area

Railway lines are one of the safest and most cost-effective ways, and by studying the condition of the roads of developed countries, it becomes clear that basically the advanced societies of the world also play a significant role in the development of railways.

As the available reports show, the country’s railway network has increased from 4,600 km to 10,000 square kilometers (total of main and secondary networks).
The government’s goal is to increase the length of railway lines to 12,610 kilometers by the end of 1998, and the opening of unfinished railway projects in several provinces of the country could help achieve this plan.

The number of locomotives in the country’s cargo fleet was 821 in 1992, which has now increased to 931 locomotives, and this number indicates a growth of 13%, but the government plans to upgrade to 1,180 locomotives by the end of this year.

Transforming Iran’s air corridor into one of the safest air routes in the world

Iran’s strategic and special geographical location makes the air corridor of this border and environment very important and with the measures taken, today this corridor is one of the safest air routes in the world.

The construction of the airport in the most remote parts of Iran is another achievement that can not be simply ignored or ignored.

As the available studies show, the number of airports in the country has increased from 22 to 100 during the last forty years, which seems to be a unique number in its kind.

According to the statistics of the country’s aviation organization, 22 million and 17 thousand people were transported by the country’s air fleet last year, and the number of landings and take-offs from the country’s airports in the same year is 714 thousand.

In a country with this volume of air fleet activity and being in one of the busiest air corridors in the world, one of the most important issues is to ensure the security of its airlines and airports.

Increasing the capacity of the docks
In order to increase the safety of mooring ships, especially high tonnage ships at the berths of the port complex, 106 40ggg bollards with a towing capacity of 150 tons were built and installed.

For this purpose, 182 single-cell fender suc1450 will be constructed and installed on docks 16 to 30, which will increase the mooring power and safety of the berths due to the shape of the fender system.

According to available statistics, the number of ports and related capacity has increased from 10 million tons before the revolution to 125 million tons to the present time, and in relation to the navy, this amount has increased from 2,217 tons in 1978 to 17 1,876 tons have increased in 1381 (the latest statistics counted), which is likely to have increased during the last 6 years.


The sum of these figures indicates the increasing efforts of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran to make optimal use of the country’s roads and transportation axes in the three land, air and sea sectors, and it is hoped that this approach will be jihadist and revolutionary (as in the past forty years). Continue with as much strength and durability as possible, and the outcome of this success will surely be reflected in the economic growth and development of the country as much as possible.