The upgraded meter gauge railway line is expected to boost monthly freight capacity to 120,000 metric tonnes from the current 20,000 tonnes by 2026, Stanley Sendegeya, Uganda Railways Corporation's chief financial officer has said.
Govt Plans to Restore Old Railway At U.S.$205 Million
East African, 9 June 2019
Uganda will invest $205 million in restoring an old railway line linking Kampala to Malaba on the Kenyan border following delays in securing funding for the standard gauge railway. Read more »
A Rift Valley Railways locomotive at the Kampala station, Uganda.
We Got Bad Deal With Govt - Rift Valley Railways
Monitor, 22 March 2018
The controversy surrounding the termination of the 25- year contract between Rift Valley Railways (RVR) and government continues, with the former claiming the concession was a bad… Read more »
This come after "false" reports that Uganda had shelved plans to extend the Standard Gauge Railway from Malaba to Kampala until "unresolved issues with Kenya and China have been ... Read more »
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