The Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations announced the operation schedule of metro lines during the holy month of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr, stated the company spokesperson Ahmed Bakir in a statement on Saturday.
The 3A part consists of four underground stations, namely Gamal Abdel Nasser, Maspero, Safaa Hegazy, and Kit Kat.
The project is also funded by the French Agency for Development (AFD) at a value of €300 million, and a grant support of €43 million from the European Union.
The Cairo metro, which run currently on three lines, will start operation at 5:15 AM.
In a statement on Thursday evening, the company said that the last train in the first line would take off from Helwan metro station at 12:18 am, southern Cairo, to New El Marj station.
This came during the minister’s meeting with Ambassador Noki Masaki, the Ambassador of Japan in Cairo, on the occasion of the end of his tenure in Egypt.
The Egyptian premier urged the French companies to expand their investments in the field of clean energy in Egypt in light of the country's strategy to move towards a green economy.
Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operation announced vaccinating all of its workers against Covid-19.
A French company will be managing the third line of Cairo Metro starting June 25 according to Minster of Transport Kamel Al-Wazir.
Cairo Metro is considering installing surveillance cameras inside the trains of the first and the second lines to monitor the trains from inside.
The ministry will establish a database to manage and control all Nile boats and houseboats.
President Sisi said that the country has achieved great success in facing the COVID-19 crisis.
Excavation works in the third phase of the third line of the metro undergoing in Zamalek district have caused cracks and damages to a residential building and the Bahrain Embassy in Brazil Street.
The Minister revealed that the purpose of the project is to renovate and modernize the Cairo Metro Line 44km from North to South across the heart of Cairo and connecting with both Line 2 and Line 3.
Egypt’s Cairo Metro announced that they will be adhering to the curfew timing announced by the government during the holy month of Ramadan.
Egypt’s Cairo Metro announced that all three lines will be suspended, Monday in accordance with the Cabinet decisions for Sham al Nessem holiday.
Egyptian Metro Company will launch Wednesday a mobile application to help daily travelers to book their tickets and subscribe for their trips via the app.
The government's plan included new ways of upgrading signal systems and train level crossings and implementing e-services.
The electricity network between Ghamra and Demerdash stations on the first line was cut, official sources said.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi issued a presidential decree approving an agreement between Egypt and the European Investment Bank (EIB) on developing the first line of Cairo Metro.