Latest in Tag: Metro Highlight
Latest in Tag: Metro
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said, on Wednesday, that Egypt is accelerating towards a renaissance in different sectors, particularly its transport sector.
The agreement was signed in the presence of Egypt’s Minister of Transportation Kamel El-Wazir and France’s Minister of Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari,.
Latest increase has come in parallel with inauguration of new stations in Cairo Metro Line 3
Building residents were provided EGP 30,000 each to cover temporary residence until their return
Public Transport Authority will offer face masks to commuters at main bus stations at wholesale price
Citizens should leave work earlier to avoid overcrowd says the minister.
During Monday’s plenary session, the parliament approved a €205m loan agreement to upgrade the first line of the Cairo Metro. The agreement was signed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in August 2018.
Two females covering their face used scissors to cut hair of girl in metro
Commuters differed on hike; some looking for alternatives
New stations to transport large numbers of football fans
Ministry made decision due to metro’s considerable losses, as system’s accumulated loans EGP 618.6m
Categories that saw discount belong to army, police, journalists
Agreement previously signed in August to develop line 1
Agreement aims to manufacture, procure 32 air-conditioned trains
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 …
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 …
Increasing metro fare comes as part of plans for development of metro systems, says transportation minister
As a number of writers continue to comment on the Iranian-Israeli conflict, many focused on local affairs, especially economic ones, amid the new increase in metro ticket prices. Emad El-Din Hussein, editor-in-chief of the privately-owned Al-Shorouk newspaper, was almost the only writer to pick up the metro tickets issue. He presented both the government’s argument …
Egypt has the special advantage of the largest share of its population being young people. The moreyoung people there are, the more room there is innovation and creativity. This can be seen clearly in the application “exchange your metro ticket with someone else.” Since Friday, with the new increase in prices of metro tickets, many …
Metros are very important for citizens worldwide, says ambassador
National roads project Shubra-Banha highway: 40 km, costing EGP 3.3bn. The north-eastern part of the regional ring road: 33 km, costing EGP 3,350bn. Farafra-Ain Dallah road: 90 km, costing EGP 412m. Minya-Sheikh Fadl-Ras Ghareb road: 55 km, costing EGP 423m. Bridges Banha axis within the northern part of the regional ring road at a total …
The National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) has accepted the technical offer made by the consortium “Taisei Corporation – Orascom Construction”. According to a document from the NAT, the technical inspection committee has decided to accept the financial offer made in the tender by the aforementioned consortium to carry out the construction works of the first …
Authority invited 5 companies to participate in tender, including Dar Al-Handasah
Speculation circulated in media reports regarding metro ticket price rising to EGP 4
The company is seeking to manage projects in the New Administrative Capital, says Hill International regional manager
The contract is worth EGP 1.4m
The tender includes selling demolition rubble of Nasser, Maspero, Zamalek, and Kit Kat stations
NAT invites experienced Japanese companies to prequalify for construction of phase 1 of fourth line
The company has made a financial offer to implement the project for EGP 873m
The alliance includes Alstom, Colas Rail, Arab Contractors, and Orascom