9 February 2018

Kenya: State Settles on Contractor for Sh5.8 Billion Cable Cars

The government has settled on a contractor for the Sh5.8 billion Likoni cable cars project.

Doppelmayr Group will start construction in May.


The Austrian-based company handles technology projects.

Construction will take two years with commuters expected to start enjoying cable car services from 2020.

Trapos Limited, who are the sponsors of the project, and the Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) signed the concession agreement of the multi-billion shilling project last December.


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