Tanzania City Launches First Commuter Train
The Tanzania Railway Limited has begun operating a commuter train service in Dar es Salaam, the country's capital city, in a historic move expected to improve transportation.
The Minister for Works Dr. Harrison Mwakyembe inspects one of the city commuter trains in Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania: Dar Commuter Train Starts On Monday
Daily News, 27 October 2012
AT last the long awaited Dar es Salaam city commuter train which is geared to address the traffic jam problems will start operating on Monday. Read more »
Daily News, 29 October 2012
THE Surface and Marine Transportation Regulatory Authority (Sumatra) has called off the move to collect stakeholders' views on Dar es Salaam commuter train fares, following… Read more »
Daily News, 28 October 2012
BEGINNING on Sunday, Dar es Salaam city residents will enjoy a new public service of a commuter train, thanks to joint efforts between the Ministry of Transport and Tanzania… Read more »
Tanzania: Commuter Train Fare Proposals Rejected
Daily News, 26 October 2012
STAKEHOLDERS have rejected proposals by the Tanzania Railways Limited (TRL) and Tanzania and Zambia Railways Authority (TAZARA) to peg fares for commuter trains that will be plying… Read more »
Tanzania: Upcountry Railway Services on Horizon
Daily News, 5 October 2012
THE government has promised to revamp railway transport and make it a reliable mode of transport in six months from now. Read more »