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Railways infrastructure …Tanzania

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Today we will hear a special speech on the railways infrastructure in East Africa. On the side of Tanzania, the railway network is in a pathetic condition. Currently, of the entire Central Line, only the Mpanda-Tabora section is operating. Challenges range from management to general maintanance of the infrastructure, the engines and coaches. Strengthening of the railway system will have a significant contribution to the development of the country. President of the United Republic of Tanzania will address the issue today. We expect to hear how the URT government is going to bring positive changes to the development of this key transportation system.

One of the challenges facing the railway system. Njia Panda Segerea at a railway crossing – people erecting business premises to the point of blocking the Railway Crossing sign. Those responsible in checking this are in a deep sleep – or may be have been given some pills to cause them fall into a deep sleep.

Very poor conditions within the Second Class Sleeping coach. Just imagine how the condition is in the Third Class coach.

Passengers boarding a train. Will railway transportation improve after today’s deliberations by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania?


Written by simbadeo

March 11, 2010 at 10:14 am

Posted in Siasa na jamii

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  1. Good Idea


    Laba Bomola

    May 25, 2015 at 5:39 am

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