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Tanzania - Intermodal & Rail Development Project
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Project Data Last Updated: 01/12/2019
IATI Identifier: 44000-P127241
The development objective of the Intermodal and Rail Development Project for Tanzania is to deliver a reliable open access infrastructure on the Dar es Salaam-Isaka rail segment. The project has four components. The first component, improvement of rail infrastructure includes the rehabilitation of key sections of the railway track and other infrastructure improvements to guarantee a reliable service between Dar es Salam Port and Isaka terminal. The second component, rolling stock includes the procurement and leasing of locomotives and wagons. It will also support Reli Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) in leasing three locomotives and purchasing 15 hopper wagons for the engineering works. The third component, development of Isaka terminal, Ilala terminal, and Dar es Salaam port platform comprises the development of intermodal container terminals in the port of Dar es Salaam, in Ilala and in Isaka to allow for more efficient modal transfers to and from the rail. The fourth component, institutional strengthening and capacity building will support the project preparation and provide additional technical support to the implementing agency (IA) RAHCO, as well as support to Tanzania Railway Limited (TRL) and the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA). Main elements for support provided in this component are as follows: preparatory design studies; enhancement of information technology tools including establishment of a management accounting information system (MAIS) for TRL, RAHCO, and SUMATRA; setting up of the project implementation team (PIT); capacity strengthening of TRL; and other capacity strengthening measures for TRL, RAHCO, SUMATRA, and Ministry of Transport, Tanzania (MoT).
- RELI ASSETS HOLDING COMPANY (RAHCO)
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