Kenya Railway Corporation

KENYA Railways (KR) celebrated the first day of commercial freight operations on the new standard-gauge Nairobi - Mombasa line on January 1.
Kenya Railways expects to complete a master plan, which includes the redevelopment of the existing 149km Nairobi Commuter Rail (NCR) network, within the next nine months. This will pave the…
KENYA’s President Mr Uhuru Kenyatta has flagged off the maiden freight and passenger trains on the 472.3km Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from Nairobi to Mombasa.
THE Kenyan government has announced more than $US 730m in new funding for the first and second phases of the 592km Mombasa - Nairobi - Naivasha Standard-Gauge Railway (SGR) project…
CONSTRUCTION of the $US 3.8bn 472km Mombasa - Nairobi standard-gauge railway (SGR) is due to be completed in March by China Railway and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), which has a 10-year…
THE quest to bring standard-gauge rail to Africa has gained traction following an announcement from the Tanzanian government that it is seeking bidders for the construction of the final portion…
THE first locomotives for the initial phase of Kenya’s standard-gauge railway network were officially presented to Kenyan Railways Corporation (KRC) at CRRC Corporation’s plant in Qishuyan, China, on December 16.
PRESIDENT Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya has officially launched the construction of the 120km Phase 2A of the 489km standard-gauge railway linking Mombasa with the Ugandan border.
KENYA’s National Environment Tribunal has suspended the construction of the $US 1.5bn standard-gauge railway line extension from Nairobi to Naivasha.
Kenya is on course to complete a new Chinese-funded 472km standard-gauge railway line linking Mombasa with Nairobi in the second half of 2017. Shem Oirere reports from Nairobi on progress…
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