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16:00
16:00

Expressway "Drone" Operators Regularize Status 2 2

Peter Kaggwa, the Chairperson of the Fly-Express Travellers Association told the minister that they had fulfilled all the government requirements including branding their vehicles, paying the requisite PSV license, and ensuring they have qualified drivers.
14:03
14:03

UNRA Asks Court to Dismiss Suit Over Absence of Streetlights on Entebbe Expressway 6

UNRA says the Entebbe expressway project and the Northern Bypass "are some of the newly completed roads in the country and were designed and implemented in accordance with acceptable standards for Roads and Bridges and in compliance with the national policies, laws, regulations and industry practice."
07:13
07:13

Gov't Failing to Hit Monthly Toll Collection Target on Entebbe Expressway 6 2 Top story

According to the loan agreement, the repayment schedule runs from July 21, 2019, to January 21, 2032. In the 13-year repayment period, the government plans to pay $26.8 million (about Shs 95 billion) every year. This means that the government should collect at least Shilling 7.8 billion monthly to meet the loan obligation.
10:28
10:28

Govt Collects UGX 13Bn From Tolling Entebbe Expressway in Four Months 4

Joy Nabasa, the Public Relations Manager of French Firm Egis, which maintains the road and collects the toll on behalf of UNRA, says that they collected the money between January 8, 2022, and May 24, 2022, when the exercise began.
09:56
09:56

CAA Blamed for Flouting Procurement Regulations in Entebbe Airport Expansion Project PPDA Act, 2003. 1

Levy Musinguzi, a former employee of the China Communication Construction Company (CCCC), said the award of contract for the airport expansion works did not undergo the normal procurement chain of 160 days, and that the contract had no tender documents as required in the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority - PPDA Act, 2003.
17:47
17:47

Motorists Start Paying Toll Fees for Entebbe Expressway 5 2 Top story

Works and Transport Minister Gen. Edward Katumba Wamala who launched the commencement of toll collections at Kajjansi said the collections will be used to maintain and repay a 350 million US Dollar loan that Uganda used to construct the expressway.
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