Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit Fourth Stage Construction to Begin

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Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit Agency (DART) construction works at the fourth stage will officially kick off in September this year. This was uncovered on Tuesday by Tanzania Roads Agency  (TANROADS) Task Manager in charge of BRT Projects Barakael Mmari, during a visit by specialists from DART and TANROADS to the region where the venture’s framework will be worked prior to giving it over to the project worker.

To cost more than 174bn/ -, the development is supposed to be finished in a year and a half. What’s more, the second area from Mwenge to Tegeta will be executed by the contractor hired Shadong Luqiao Group from China, will include the development of the three bridges at Mlalakuwa, Kawe, and Tegeta as well as the development of 19 transport stations, inclusive of five feeder stations.

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The fourth stage of the project reaches out from Tegeta through Bagamoyo and Ali Hassan Mwinyi road to Bibi Titi Road in the city, Eng Mmari further made sense that the development is supposed to begin in September and will include BRT road development, the development of terminal and minor stations, feeder stations, as well as the development of a transport carport.

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Basically, the fourth stage of the DART project construction works that will start from Kivukoni to Boko vis a vis Ali Hassan Mwinyi and Bagamoyo road is 30.1 kilometers in length and the stage of the project would likewise be inclusive of the Mwenge branch to Ubungo Simu 2000 through the Sam Nujoma Road. The DART stage 4 undertaking developments contract was marked last month within the sight of the Deputy Minister in charge of Works and Transport, Mr. Godfrey Kasekenya, as a component of the aggressive plans of the National Government to further develop the public transportation framework in Dar es Salaam.