Egypt’s New Administrative Capital monorail starts work in October

SourceEgypt Independent
SectorFinancial Markets
CountryEgypt

Egypt’s Minister of Transportation Kamel al-Wazir on Saturday inspected work being done on the al-Salam/Administrative Capital/10th of Ramadan monorail, which is scheduled to start operating in October.

Wazir began his tour by inspecting the Adly Mansour Central Interchange Station, which will include an integrated service transportation complex and an investment commercial zone on an area of 15 feddans that will exchange services between five different means of transport.

These cover a currently operating third line metro station, a light rail transit station, the “Cairo/Suez” railway station and a Super Jet station, in addition to the “Adly Mansour/al-Salam” reciprocal bus station.

Wazir met with engineers, workers and technicians, and conveyed to them President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s congratulations for Labor Day.

He stressed on the importance of working around the clock to get the project done by schedule and to the utmost quality.

The light rail transit station will exchange services with the third metro line in Adly Mansour station, the “Ain Sokhna/al-Alamein” electric train in the...read more...