Maybe they should consider welding the rail. For a smoother and faster experience.
I believe you're referring to the Railway Development Levy. BTW is there any Data available as the sums collection pee since introductionAmazing what a dedicated funding source for continuous investment in the railway network can do for it - I hope one day they will just use it to continue SGR westwards slowly by slowly
Team led by MD Mainga toured the Nzoia Sugar Company ahead of revitalisation of the Nzoia Sugar rail siding which has been rehabilitated as part of the National Railway Rehabilitation Project.
This development comes at the back of sustained investment by the GoK in the rail sector. Reforms in the sugar sector based on the Crops General regulations 2020 will also support sustained growth of the sugar industry throughout the country.
This was the first thing I noticed as well.. A whole major processing company, and it has dirt roads leading into and out of it's main facility 🤦♂️May be if we had been doing this since 1978 by now Nzoia Sugar would have enough money to Tarmac all those roads leading in and out of the facility without needing help from the government... And may be we could be exporting this stuff to the rest of the continent too......
Not happening any time soon considering the country debt situation.Despite any justifications that will be given for the metre gauge railway, I will only support the leader who will revamp the whole system with SGR. The sound and discomfort in the metre gauge rail was enough for me on my way to Mombasa when the device was still working. Had enough of that.
Okay. I am even more confused now. So which railway is being renovated from Naivasha to Kisumu if the railway is still functional? I thought they are renovating it because that railway is not functioning?They never did they still transport something like 200-300,000 tonnes to Uganda.