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Railway concessionaire Sitarail was in plans to modernize the1260 km metre-gauge route between Abidjan and Ouagadougou, however the work was postponed.
Days after China pulled the plug on the standard gauge railway (SGR) extension to Kisumu, a glimmer of hope that the old metre-gauge railway would be repaired to serve the region has fizzled out.The government will not revive the Nakuru-Kisumu railway line, presenting a double blow to the lakeside city after the SGR project stopped in Naivasha.
The Metre-Gauge Railway, also known as the Lunatic Express, used to transport less than 2 per cent of all cargo passing through the Port of Mombasa.
Bangladesh Railway (BR) Thursday signed an agreement with Korean company Hyundai Rotem to purchase 10 metre-gauge locomotives at a cost of Taka 297.63 crore, reports BSS.
"As part of the strategy to preserve the metre-gauge lines, Indian Railways is planning to preserve few metre-gauge lines, which have the potential to attract more tourists," a senior Railway Ministry official told IANS, requesting anonymity.
Once delivered, they will be used on the metre-gauge network in the urban areas of Bochum, Gelsenkirchen, Herne, Hattingen and Witten.
He said while the metre-gauge train used to carry between 20 and 30 containers, the SGR train will carry approximately 216 containers.
The new low-floor trains are intended for use on the metre-gauge network in the urban areas of Bochum, Gelsenkirchen, Herne, Hattingen and Witten and, according to the contract, are due to be delivered from mid2021 onwards.
Under the new schedule, which took effect on December 1, the metre-gauge train has been leaving Syokimau station at 6:40am to arrive in Nairobi at 7:27am.There has also been a second train on the same line departing Syokimau station at 7:40am to arrive at the Nairobi terminus at 8:27am.
Ministry of Transport in Kenya has inked a deal to acquire 11 metre-gauge DMUs from Mallorca to increase capacity on the Nairobi Commuter Rail network.
The SFr190m modernisation financed by the federal government is the largest project to be undertaken by MGB since it was formed through the merger of two metre-gauge operators in 2003.
A metre-gauge tram network operated in Regensburg between 1903 and 1964, and the return of trams to the citys streets was first mooted as early as 1967.