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Ticket bookings must not exceed 20% of the rail cars’ capacity
The NAT’s tender includes a request to supply 184 train carriages and a train simulator to train drivers
As the refugee drama continues to unfold outside the Channel Tunnel, the UK is sticking to its consistently hardline stance on refugees and migrants. But is this helpful, asks Samira Shackle in London?
Egyptians receive free train and Superjet tickets for 48 hours upon presenting their national IDs
By Rehab Saber Egypt’s plan for building its first high-speed passenger rail project, which had been shelved for years has been made a top priority for the interim government, according to Minister of Transport Ibrahim El-Demeiry. El-Demeiry served in the cabinet of former prime minister HazemEl-Beblawi and maintained his post during the cabinet reshuffle in …
Service between the capital and Upper Egypt governorates had been suspended since 14 August before being resumed and later suspended again on Saturday
The Railway Authority and the Ministry of Transportation announced the resumption of two railway lines after more than 45 days of suspension and over EGP 100m in losses
Metro workers threatened to go on strike in solidarity with train workers if the conscription orders were not reversed
The Authority apologised to passengers affected by a nationwide railway strike that began on Sunday morning.
World Bank stresses importance of supporting Egypt, Qandil pushes for railway funding
The railroad that traverses Maadi seems a relic from a time long past; grass grows between the iron rails and the trees that grow on the sides of the track join high in the air to form a tunnel of leaves.