Kenya Ferry, Trapos sign concession for Sh5.8 billion Likoni cable cars

Kenya Ferry Services on Wednesday signed the initial Sh5.8 billion concession agreement with Trapos Limited for a cable car project.

The agreement signed by Trapos’ representative Eustace Mwarania and KFS managing director Bakari Gowa will be taken to the Cabinet for review before it is approved.
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Likoni cable car services to start in 2020, says KFS boss

 

Commuters using the busy Likoni channel in Mombasa will start enjoying cable car services from 2020.

This is after Trapos Ltd and Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) Wednesday signed the concession agreement of the Sh5.8 billion project at the KFS offices.

The Likoni Cable Cars Express will operate across the Likoni channel.
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Have you ever thought or imagined Kenya having a Cable Car transport system?

Have you ever thought or imagined… Kenya having a Cable Car transport system? Well, rest your thinking and imagination because cable car transport will be a reality in Kenya shortly, thanks to Dr Eustace Mwarania, Chairman of Trapos Limited, the company that is responsible for  eploying these life changing projects. Dr Mwarania spoke to Stephen Ndome about the projects.
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Ferry agency strikes deal with investor for Sh5.5bn Likoni cable cars crossing

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 2016

A concession agreement for the construction of Sh5.5 billion cable cars at the Likoni crossing channel has been finalised, paving the way for engineering works to start in March next year.

Kenya’s long-held ambition of using cable cars to beat its crippling traffic gridlock is set to come to fruition in the next three Continue reading “Ferry agency strikes deal with investor for Sh5.5bn Likoni cable cars crossing”