German firm awarded the Uganda–Rwanda railway line design tender kazanDi: Uganda and Rwanda are planning to build a new 1400 km long railway line. The section between Kampala, the capital of Uganda, and Kigali in Rwanda, forms part of a project that connects Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. The Kenyan part of the main project is under construction and is expected to be completed by 2018.
Gauff Ingenieure, a German infrastructure consultancy firm, awarded the contract for the design of this railway line, which now has a new standard track gauge. kazanwas. The contract value is 8,6 million USD.