TMID/UMoWT – Tanga to Kampala Port Rail Corridor – Tanzania - Project Profile
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Tanzania Ministry of Infrastructure Development (TMID) and Uganda Ministry of Works and Transport (UMoWT) in a joint venture is planning to undertake the construction of a rail corridor from Tanga to Kampala via Arusha and Musoma in Tanzania.
The project involves the construction of 800km railway line comprising upgrade of the existing 400km railway from Tanga to Arusha, and construction of a 480km rail track from Arusha to Musoma port.
It includes the construction of railway stations, interchange sections, signaling junctions, bridges and passageways, the installation of safety and signaling systems, and the laying of rail tracks.
In January 2012, TMID and UMoWT signed an agreement with China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation for the project implementation. Under the multi-million-dollar project, the CCEC has been commissioned to conduct a feasibility study and implementation of the project.
Financing for the project is to be jointly provided by Tanzania and Uganda governments.
Feasibility studies are underway.
The project involves the construction of 800km railway line from Tanga to Kampala via Arusha and Musoma in Tanzania.
The US$3,580 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of railway stations
2. Construction of signaling junctions
3. Construction of high tension bridges
4. Construction of interchange sections
5. Construction of passage ways
6. Construction of related facilities
7. Laying of rail tracks
8. Installation of safety and signaling systemsReasons To Buy
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