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A new way of transportation is available for Cairo dwellers, now you can go to work by Nile.
Workers suspend their strike until Saturday after negotiations with the Cabinet and Ministry of Manpower
The new taxis were bought through financing, and many drivers now say they cannot afford to keep up with payments amid increasing inflation.
French company granted rights to install electric signals at an estimated cost of $270m
The agreement came after a meeting between cabinet members and Prime Minster Hesham Qandil
Train collies with taxi in Ard Al-Lewa in Giza while Egypt still reeling from Badrashein train crash
As activists lose patience with the conditions of the Metro, the “Be a Man” campaign files a lawsuit against officials demanding better conditions
A tour inside the Metro stations of Egypt
By: Hend El-Behary The French Development Agency (FDA) along with the European Investment Bank have granted Egypt a soft loan of €940 million for the construction and development of phase three of the third Cairo underground line, stated the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MPIC). Minister Ashraf Al-Araby of the MPIC, in the presence …
Transport workers escalate their strike after spokesperson of their union was arrested
As Egypt’s new government grapples with the country’s ongoing traffic woes, the Daily News asks experts about how they would solve the crisis
Despite being Cairo fastest mean of transportation, the Metro has its own problems
A female passenger, Madeeha Saber, was killed on the tracks earlier in the week
By Mohamed Radwan The Ministries of Communications and Transportation plan to restructure the transportation system in Egypt by launching an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) in a number of Egyptian governorates. Preliminary cost estimates put the project at EGP 1 billion to be implemented over two phases. A Ministry of Communications official said that the Ministry …
The Minister of Transportation, Dr Mohamed Rashad, held a meeting with directors and officials of transportation authorities, companies and the ministry, to study plans for the coming period. The directors shared their vision for the future, stressing the necessity of providing and developing infrastructure. They also discussed the importance of reshaping transportation so that it …