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EAC Dar Es Salaam-Isaka-Kigali/Keza-Musongati Railway Line Tanzania - Project Profile

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The East African Community (EAC) Railway system is undertaking construction of a railway line connecting Tanzania, Burundi, and Rwanda.

The project involves the construction of a 1,672km standard-gauge railway (SGR) line. It includes the upgrade of existing 970km narrow-gauge railway from Dar es Salaam to Isaka, the construction of a new 494km extension to Kigali and a 197km branch from Keza in northwest Tanzania to Musongati in Burundi.

The rail line will be implemented in three routes including Dar es Salaam to Isaka in Tanzania; Isaka in Tanzania to Kigali in Rwanda; and Kigali in Rwanda to Musongati in Burundi.

The first phase includes construction of 202km single-track 1,435mm gauge railway line which will link Dar es Salaam to Morogoro.

It includes the construction of stations, platforms and bridges, the laying of rail tracks, and the installation of signaling systems.

The project is planned to be implemented on public-private partnership (PPP) basis on design, built, finance, operate and maintenance (DBFOM) mode.

In February 2009, Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania governments officially signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at further developing the railroad that will connect the three countries.

In November 2009, the African Development Bank (AfDB) funded US$8.15 million for implementing study works.

In July 2013, the technical study engineering course was submitted to concern authorities.

In March 2014, an extensive feasibility study was completed by Canarail and Gibb Africa Ltd.

In October 2014, Canadian Pacific Consulting Services (CPCS), a consulting arm of CPCS Transport Nigeria Ltd, was appointed as transaction adviser. The scope of contract includes help to source funds and oversee projects implementation, review available technical, financial and legal due diligence to ensure a successful completion of the project, and assist in structuring the joint infrastructure deal, including investment options, marketing and providing investment risk advice.

Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency has been appointed as an associate developer for the project.

On July 23, 2015, request for expressions of interest (EOI) was issued with a submission deadline August 14, 2015, for DBFOM contract.

On November 17, 2015, EAC shortlisted 13 companies and consortia for the project. They were as follows:

1. China Railway Group

2. Sinohydro Corporation Ltd with China Railway Materials and Beijing National Railway Research & Design Institute of Signal & Communication Group

3. China Communications Construction Co

4. Yapi Merkezi Insaat

5. II & FS Transportation and Frontline Development

6. Grindrod Rail

7. Kolin Insaat, Turizm Sanayi ve Ticaret

8. China Civil Engineering Construction Corp

9. Aveng Group with Arcus Gibb, Siemens, CTLE, DBSA, KfW, Deutsche Bank and Euler Hermes

10. Transet

11. Mota-Engil Engenharia e Construo frica

12. NGE Contracting with TSO, Alstom and System

13. Unity Development Group

In July 2016, Tanzania has set aside US$460 million as part of funds towards the project.

In February 2017, EAC involved in procuring an investor under a design, finance, build, operate, and transfer (DFBOT) model.

In February 2017, the joint venture(JV) of Portugals Mota-Engil, Engenharie & Construcao Africa SA and Turkeys Yapi Merkez Insaat Ve Sanayi was awarded as a US$1,200 million contract for the first phase of the project.

EAC is in the process of appointing contractors for further sections of the project and seeking developer for the project.

Scope


The project involves the construction of a 1,672km railway line connecting Tanzania with Burundi and Rwanda.

The US$7,600 million project includes the following:

1. Upgrade of existing 970km narrow-gauge railway from Dar es Salaam to Isaka
2. Construction of 494km extension to Kigali
3. Construction of a 197km branch from Keza in northwest Tanzania to Musongati in Burundi
4. Construction of 202km single-track 1,435mm gauge railway line from Dar es Salaam to Morogoro
5. Construction of stations
6. Construction of platforms
7. Construction of bridges
8. Laying of rail tracks
9. Installation of signaling systems

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Published Date : Jul 2017
No. of Pages :11
Country :Tanzania
Category :Construction
Publisher :Timetric
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