The Trans-Siberian Railway connects Europe and Asia through a broad-gauge network of more than 9,500 km in Russia, Belarus and other countries. In Europe and China, the broad gauge is changed to standard gauge at specially equipped terminals in Brest (Belarus)/Malashevich (Poland) on the northern route and in Chop (Ukraine)/Dobra (Slovakia) or Zagonah (Hungary) on the southern route. In the Far East, the transition point is Zabaikalsk (Russia)/Mandzhuria (China). Most of our traffic is handled by this route. There is also a southern connection with Dostyk (Kazakhstan)/Alashankou (China), which trains depart from/to Chongqing. The route through Vostochny is mainly used to connect the ports of South Korea, Japan and China with subsequent railway transportation across the Russian Federation up to 30 FEU as a train.