Dar es Salaam to get modern Urban Metro Rail system soon, with help from India

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Tanzania is seeking funding from India to build a metro rail network in its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, the president's office said in a statement on Saturday.

Dar es Salaam, with a population of over 4 million, is one of the fastest-growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa, but like many other African cities it faces a crippling traffic congestion problem.

President Jakaya Kikwete said in the statement that India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) had expressed interest to invest in the metro rail. He did not say how much the metro project would cost.

The Tanzanian president met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Friday and made an official request for funding for the project.

Tanzania said last month it plans to spend around $2 billion to build new roads and a bus rapid transit system to unclog traffic in Dar es Salaam.

The plan would include the construction of fly-overs and bridges, using budgetary allocations from the government's 2015/16 fiscal year starting in July.

The east African region, which has seen significant discoveries of energy in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, has been racing to build new transport links to make up for decades of neglect and under-investment.

Tanzania and India plan to boost annual bilateral trade, which currently stands at around $4 billion, officials said. India's Rites Limited won a 25-year concession in 2007 to operate Tanzania's state-run railway firm but the deal collapsed five years later due to under-investment and inefficiency problems.

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zitakuwa za kisasa kama Ethiopia au sukuma twende!
Huwa naonaga matrain ya India yanavyojaza abiria mpaka juu ya cabin/ kwanini tusiongee na wachina wana modern train na pja wamefaulu ktk fast train operation!
 
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Tanzania seeking India funding for urban metro project
Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:52pm IST
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania is seeking funding from India to build a metro rail network in its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, the president's office said in a statement on Saturday.
Dar es Salaam, with a population of over 4 million, is one of the fastest-growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa, but like many other African cities it faces a crippling traffic congestion problem.
President Jakaya Kikwete said in the statement that India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) had expressed interest to invest in the metro rail. He did not say how much the metro project would cost.
The Tanzanian president met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Friday and made an official request for funding for the project.
Tanzania said last month it plans to spend around $2 billion to build new roads and a bus rapid transit system to unclog traffic in Dar es Salaam.
The plan would include the construction of fly-overs and bridges, using budgetary allocations from the government's 2015/16 fiscal year starting in July.
The east African region, which has seen significant discoveries of energy in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, has been racing to build new transport links to make up for decades of neglect and under-investment.
Tanzania and India plan to boost annual bilateral trade, which currently stands at around $4 billion, officials said. India's Rites Limited won a 25-year concession in 2007 to operate Tanzania's state-run railway firm but the deal collapsed five years later due to under-investment and inefficiency problems.
(Reporting by Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala; editing by Drazen Jorgic and Clelia Oziel)
Utaijenga wapi boya wewe?
 
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Utaijenga wapi boya wewe?
Mi boya? Kwa hiyo wewe umeona hii habari nimeiandika mimi au? Na wewe huoni sehemu za kujengea hiyo metro rail? Au hujui maanake? We have a long way to go kwa kweli!
 
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Tanzania seeking India funding for urban metro project
Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:52pm IST
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania is seeking funding from India to build a metro rail network in its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, the president's office said in a statement on Saturday.
Dar es Salaam, with a population of over 4 million, is one of the fastest-growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa, but like many other African cities it faces a crippling traffic congestion problem.
President Jakaya Kikwete said in the statement that India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) had expressed interest to invest in the metro rail. He did not say how much the metro project would cost.
The Tanzanian president met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Friday and made an official request for funding for the project.
Tanzania said last month it plans to spend around $2 billion to build new roads and a bus rapid transit system to unclog traffic in Dar es Salaam.
The plan would include the construction of fly-overs and bridges, using budgetary allocations from the government's 2015/16 fiscal year starting in July.
The east African region, which has seen significant discoveries of energy in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, has been racing to build new transport links to make up for decades of neglect and under-investment.
Tanzania and India plan to boost annual bilateral trade, which currently stands at around $4 billion, officials said. India's Rites Limited won a 25-year concession in 2007 to operate Tanzania's state-run railway firm but the deal collapsed five years later due to under-investment and inefficiency problems.
(Reporting by Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala; editing by Drazen Jorgic and Clelia Oziel)
Kweli watanzania tunapenda kulizwa. Juzi tu tumeletewa mabehewa mabovu. Sikumbuki deal yoyote na india isiyokua na dosari Mkataba wa TRL ikiwa mojawapo. Wahindi teknolojia yao inawafaa wao tu sijui kwa nini tunajiingiza kichwakichwa wakati ni biashara sio bure. Tukumbuke rahisi hasara.
 
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Nimemsikiza Vasco katika Mahafali na Waziri mkuu wa India, akiisifu India kwa benki ya Axim! Alidhania yuko China a hamju mmliki?
 
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India tena???
Ama kweli wabongo maumivu ya kung'atwa na nyoka hayakutuingia
 
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Bora China. India kwenye train si wazuri kulinganisha na China.
 
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Wakati huyu mtalii wetu anaahidi,na amekuwa akiahidi hivi tangu mwaka 2005 wenzetu Ethiopia wameshazindua usafiri wa treni ya kisasa kabisa ya abiria.Kenya nao wapo katika hatua za mwisho mwisho kukamilisha mradi wa ujenzi wa njia za reli kwaajili ya usafiri wa treni ya kisasa ya abiria.Sisi acha tu tuendelee na porojo mingi halafu utendaji sifuri,maana ndiyo zetu.
 
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Tanzania is seeking funding from India to build a metro rail network in its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, the president's office said in a statement on Saturday.

Dar es Salaam, with a population of over 4 million, is one of the fastest-growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa, but like many other African cities it faces a crippling traffic congestion problem.

President Jakaya Kikwete said in the statement that India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) had expressed interest to invest in the metro rail. He did not say how much the metro project would cost.

The Tanzanian president met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Friday and made an official request for funding for the project.

Tanzania said last month it plans to spend around $2 billion to build new roads and a bus rapid transit system to unclog traffic in Dar es Salaam.

The plan would include the construction of fly-overs and bridges, using budgetary allocations from the government's 2015/16 fiscal year starting in July.

The east African region, which has seen significant discoveries of energy in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, has been racing to build new transport links to make up for decades of neglect and under-investment.

Tanzania and India plan to boost annual bilateral trade, which currently stands at around $4 billion, officials said. India's Rites Limited won a 25-year concession in 2007 to operate Tanzania's state-run railway firm but the deal collapsed five years later due to under-investment and inefficiency problems.

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Badala ya kuwajengea uwezo watanzania hususani kundi kubwa la vijana ili wazalishe na hivyo kuwawezesha kukusanya kodi ya kutosha itakayojenga hiyo miundombinu ninyi mpo busy kutembeza bakuri kama matonya huku nguvu
Kazi ya Taifa ikiwa busy kucheza mchezo wa kubahatisha kwa mhindi.Kweli heri kuwa masikini wa kipato kuliko Kuwa masikini wa fikra na akili
 
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Porojo nae si aondoke tired of this man
 
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Why not Sweden, Denmark stupid this country. Wahindi never on earth in such bussiness
 
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Chinese wangefiti hapo of all people Indians tena duh jamaa nadhani alikuwa anatalii tu hakuwa serious. Chekini wenzetu Ethiopia mchina kafanya kitu cha uhakika pale. Serikali ya ccm hakuna mwenye fikra pevu
 
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Kwanini viongozi wetu mnatudharirisha hivi, kila siku kuomba omba tu aghaaa
 
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Fund, fund, fund nation, tunatia haya! Taifa kubwaaa ila ombax omba kama matonya.
 
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Bado hatujaamua kuwa serious...
Tatizo la Dar es Salaam si kubwa kama tunavyoaminishwa..
Tunatumia miundombinu aliyoiacha Nyerere wakati dar ina magari 1000.
 

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