Japan carries out transport study for Mozambican capital

22 August 2011

Maputo, Mozambique, 22 Aug – The Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICAO) is set to carry out a study to establish a master-plan for transport in Maputo, officials said in the Mozambican capital.

The study costing US$2 million will be entirely funded by Japan and aims to find solutions for the lack of transport in Maputo.

According to JICAO the study also aims to survey routes and bus lanes.

The mayor of Maputo, who signed the agreement with JICAO, said that the plans for the study included creation of a metro system for Maputo. (macauhub)