The population of Conakry, the Guinean capital, is looking forward to see the Blueline passenger train on track.
Tentatively scheduled for mid-July, the Bluetrain put into circulation will help relieve inter-urban traffic congestion ” that has become very difficult, especially in this period of rain” This new train will facilitate the movement of people in Conakry and the periphery.
Over a distance of 35 km, the Bluetrain will connect in the near future, Tombo (neighborhood Kaloum) to Kagbélen (Dubréka). Indeed, the work of Kipé’s passenger docks, Petit Bateau and Kéitayah are being finalized.
“Today, the level of completion is estimated at 80%,” according to our experts. A glimmer of hope for the people of Guinea!