Consultancy tender for feasibility studies on Nigerian railway lines

The Nigerian Ministry of Transportation announced a tender for consultancy on a feasibility study for the construction of six separate railway lines planned to exceed 4000 km.

The lines will have a standard rail angle. The feasibility study, which is estimated to cost US $ 8 million, includes the examination of the lines, confirming the feasibility of the six planned horses, conducting an environmental impact assessment for each, and identifying the station locations along the corridor with business and economic actors.

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