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A Japanese consultant yesterday presented an Automated Guideway Transit (AGT) project feasibility study. The unmanned locomotive transport system is operated by computer systems, and the project budgeted at more than US$544 million.
The study recommends implementation in two phases, the first from 2020 to 2023, and the second through to 2033. It is estimated that the fare would be around 25 meticais per trip.
The Minister of Transport and Communications, Carlos Mesquita, said the project was part of the government’s solutions for urban mobility in the city of Maputo, but would not solve it completely.
The AGT project will be implemented in the city of Maputo, covering the Zimpeto-Baixa route through National Road Number 1. Maputo-Matola and Marracuene-Maputo routes would not be contemplated.Source: O País
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