Nur-Sultan-1 formerly Astana-1, is a railway station in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. The original station can handle 7,000 travellers a day, as part of the infrastructure build up to Expo 2017 a new station, Nur-Sultan-Nurly Jol, is located near Mynzhyldyk Alley with a new capacity of 12,000.
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The station was renamed to Nur-Sultan-1 after the city changed its name.
Around half of the train services serving Nur-Sultan call at Astana-1. Most of these are "through" services as the newer Astana Nurly Jol is a terminal station. Almost all Talgo services that serve Nur-Sultan no longer serve Astana-1, but many long distance and commuter services remain at the station. A handful of services call at both Astana-1 and Astana Nurly Jol.
- "TWO RAILWAY STATIONS IN THE CAPITAL HAVE BEEN RENAMED". Қазақстан темір жолы. 2019-04-10.
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