Egypt has developed a future strategy to introduce electric means of transport into public transport.
The school is specialized in the design, production, and maintenance of means of transportation and transportation facilities.
“River transport will ease the burden on roads and reduce traffic density and pressure,” said Parliamentarian Alaa Abed.
Six new trains will arrive Monday to be installed on the Monorail line in the New Administrative Capital arrival, while the seventh train is expected to arrive on Wednesday.
The prime minister told press that the alliance will invest almost half a billion dollars in the first phase alone in spite of the economic circumstances the world is undergoing.
To achieve that goal, the ministry works on attracting more investors to Egypt's maritime transport market.
The transport minister revealed new plans on microbuses using the Ring Road.
Minister of Transport kamel al-Wazir received Tuesday Kazakhstan Ambassador to Egypt Khairat Lama Sharif to discuss cooperation in that realm.
The plant's output will be used to fuel ships.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Monday French Minister of Economy and Finance Bruno Le Maire at Al Itiyadiyah Presidential Palace.
Officials at the Ministry of Transportation told an European Investment Bank (EIB) delegation that the local production of bus-rapid-transit (BRT) vehicles has begun.
The initiative aims to support motor transport, reduce air pollutants, climate change and carbon emissions, and improve traffic.
Egypt used to have a shortage of 600 railcars but that is no longer the case.
Minister Kamel al-Wazie had stated last week that crowdedness on the Ring Road would be eliminated in 2022.
EVER AIM used the new Canal dug parallel to the original one.
After Damietta Liquefaction Plant had resumed operation early in 2021, Egypt has been expanding Damietta Port.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said that electricity linkage with Greece and Cyprus is getting Egypt close to linkage with Europe.
Egyptian-German cooperation will include railways consultancy and future work with the private sector and international companies, where managing railway activities are concerned.
About 3 million families depend on tuk-tuks as a source of livelihood in Egypt.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli held Tuesday a meeting in Cairo with CEO of the African Funding Corporation (AFC) Samaila Zubairo and the accompanying delegation.