At the end of September the Mauritian metro will open its doors to its first passengers. On Sunday, Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth inaugurated the Ebony station. A wink all the more fun, as Monday, August 26, 2019, begins the public consultation for the Cinor Tram project.

“There is no delay for the work of the Metro Express. Its launch is maintained for the end of the month”. Asked about the worries encountered during the works in Caudan, the Metro Express Ltd was reassuring. As always, on projects of this size, unforeseen events slow down the progress of the works. This is the case for the last access ramp to this station written Le Mauricien. A key link in this project that will accommodate its first passengers at the end of September.

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This Sunday, August 25, 2019, the Prime Minister of Mauritius, Pravind Jugnauth, inaugurated the station Ebony and laid the foundation stone of Roland-Armand Park. Two must-see places on the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport link to Port Louis, the capital of the sister island.
If metro delivery times will be met, all work will not be completed. Extensions of lines, bridges, tunnels and finishes will last long after the metro goes live.

a tramway in 2023 ?

However, Mauritians will always be proud to have been the first to embark on a more environmentally friendly mode of public transportation. In Reunion opens, this Monday, August 26, 2019, public consultation on the Cinor Tramway project which would link the Barachois to Saint-Denis at Roland-Garros airport via Sainte-Clotilde. A project that would be operational in 2023.

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