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Egypt’s railways have suffered for a long time from lacking any safety standards
NAT requests allocations worth EGP 35bn, while allocations last year reached EGP 8.144bn, including new projects worth EGP 110m, independent projects worth EGP 8bn
Parliament meets Arafat on 26 December, government did not discuss decision with parliament, says Desouky
The third phase will cost EGP 10.8bn to implement, says official
15.1 million train passengers in August, and 366,700 tonnes of goods transported
Ministry of Finance dedicates EGP 74.1m for operation of non-economic railway lines and student subscriptions, says Abdel Fattah
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb formed a committee to fix the current financial issues between the Ministers of Petroleum, Finance, and Electricity.
Ain Sokhna port to accommodate two ships, as Port Said is not economically feasible, says Dahi
Technical bids to build a link between Damietta river and sea ports will be received in November
The Egyptian government made a decision not to renew the agreement with turkey after it ends in April 2015.
A number of transportation projects included in the stimulus package have been completed, says El-Demeiry
The Ministry of Transport indicates gradual resumption of rail activity
€40m to build third phase of Cairo Metro
The demonstrators at the counter protest opposed the closure of the port.