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Radwan added that the Ministry of Communications has completed and opened the lab last December, to be transferred to the NAC later, to become a large centre for research and development.
Mavimbela praises Egypt’s economic reforms, opening up the economy
The Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operation awarded the Spanish company the contract for placing entry gates and ticket sales in 2013, where Indra has been responsible for maintenance since then.
Built over 10,000 metres in the heart of Heliopolis, the station’s establishment cost EGP 1.9bn, according to El-Wazir.
“We’re always open to future investment in Egypt,” says Ham
Officials of the ministry and the head of Egyptian National Railways also attended the meeting.
Prime Minister praises Egyptian companies’ efforts in developing transportation
Commuters differed on hike; some looking for alternatives
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focuses on cooperation in providing safe, convenient, and reliable transport solutions for passengers travelling between major Egyptian cities.
Project will be entirely funded from state budget
‘Mahatat Misr’ is one of Egypt’s most crowded places
Signing ceremony was witnessed by Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly
Environment Ministry is working to expand sustainable transportation projects
NAT assigned the tender for supplying 64 trains in the third and fourth phases of the third metro line to the French ALSTOM and Hyundai Rotem.
Ministry made decision due to metro’s considerable losses, as system’s accumulated loans EGP 618.6m
Agreement signed with Russia’s TransMach Holding on Supplying, manufacturing 1300 railway vehicles
Italian ambassador to Egypt, Cantini, arrived to assume post, played important role to restore relations between both countries
Categories that saw discount belong to army, police, journalists
Authority to import 500 air-conditioned railcars to serve Upper Egypt line, says Raslan
The Board of Directors of the Competition Protection and Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices Authority decided to refer some of the highway transportation companies in Damietta to the public prosecution after proving that they made three violations to the competition protection law through agreeing to increase the prices of the products. The Competition Protection and Prohibition …
President gives directives to boost river transportation following fuel prices hikes, says RTA head
Egypt’s railways have suffered for a long time from lacking any safety standards
Minister of Transportation Hesham Arafat held an inspection tour for the first and second part of the fourth stage of the metro’s third line, according to the ministry’s spokesperson, Mohamed Ezz. The tour started with a meeting with the executing companies. The minister directed the necessity of adhering to the schedule of implementation of the …
Agreement will ‘hopefully’ be finalised in next several weeks, says managing director
The main decision-making committee of the National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) decided to accept three technical offers, out of four in total, that bid in a global tender to design and restore the Raml tram station in Alexandria. The NAT accepted an offer from an alliance that includes the French company SYSTRA, Egis Rail, ACE …
Assistant Transport Minister Amr Shaat said that the World Bank is financing and supervising a study for the administrative restructuring of the Egyptian Railway Authority (ERA). He explained that the comprehensive development plan will cost about EGP 56bn, including upgrading the railway signalling network with EGP 13bn in investments. The government recently opened the way …
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail witnessed on Wednesday the construction launch for the third phase of the Cairo metro’s third line, which will run from Ataba to Bulaq El Dakrour at a length of 17.7 km. The cost of the entire third line is up to EGP 100bn, said the prime minister on the sidelines of …
Ministry of transport announced the increase in the prices of metro tickets on Thursday, based on the number of stations travelled. The new prices to be implemented starting Friday, and will start from EGP 3 for the first nine stations, and EGP 5 for nine to 16 stations, up to a maximum of EGP 7 …
Controversy over article on handing users’ data to ‘unidentified’ state bodies