CFL to double passenger transport

Luanda - Luanda's railways (CFL) will double the capacity for transporting people, with the coming into operation of four Motor Units in early 2021.

Speaking at the debate in parliament specialty on the state general budget, Transport Minister Ricardo de Abreu noted that four railway units were already in Luanda, three in Benguela, while three were due to arrive in Namibe province.

To reduce the current pressure on people's mobility, the minister told MPs that another measure was to boost the bus fleet, totalling 1,043 buses for Luanda by 2022.

According to the minister, as part of this programme, 851 buses have already been delivered nationwide, with the country´s capital city receiving 373 buses.

Speaking at the debate in parliament specialty on the state general budget, Transport Minister Ricardo de Abreu noted that four railway units were already in Luanda, three in Benguela, while three were due to arrive in Namibe province.

To reduce the current pressure on people's mobility, the minister told MPs that another measure was to boost the bus fleet, totalling 1,043 buses for Luanda by 2022.

According to the minister, as part of this programme, 851 buses have already been delivered nationwide, with the country´s capital city receiving 373 buses.