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Regional RSS Forum – First day sessions



Regional RSS Forum – First day sessions

The Regional RSS Forum was launched this Monday, May 16, 2022 at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. Most of participants invited were present including the representatives of the Northern Corridor Member States, public and private institutions from Kenya, donors and regional institutions. The opening session was marked by the welcome remarks from the Northern Corridor […]

Northern Corridor Regional RSS forum



Northern Corridor Regional RSS forum

The implementation of the RSS infrastructure along the Corridor requires a legal framework to guide investors. In 2015, when the RSS program was officially presented to the public, the following resolutions were made from the Investors conference which was organized for the launching purpose: Implement RSS as an integral plan of Transport Infrastructure Services along […]

Private Sector and Local Governments set to develop Roadside Stations (RSS) in Uganda.



Private Sector and Local Governments set to develop Roadside Stations (RSS) in Uganda.

By James MWANGI and Cezzy KANIONGA. The Northern Corridor is a multimodal trade route linking to the maritime Port of Mombasa. It serves the Member States of Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan and Uganda under the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Agreement (NCTTA) treaty, in a bid to promote regional cooperation […]

RSS Regional Guidelines booklet unveils the full implementation process of the Project in Northern Corridor Member States



RSS Regional Guidelines booklet unveils the full implementation process of the Project in Northern Corridor Member States

 In order to assist NC MS for better and harmonized implementation of Roadside stations (RSS) program, the NCTTCA has been mandated to coordinate the regional roll out program. Moving forward, in September 2016, the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA), has developed a RSS Regional Guidelines

Launching of the Ugandan Roadside Stations Task Force



Launching of the Ugandan Roadside Stations Task Force

The implementation of the Roadside Stations  along the Northern Corridor requires involvement of multidisciplinary institutions from both private and public sectors. Hence as recommended by the investors’ conference, a Task Force composed of institutions involved in the implementation of the project in each Northern Corridor Country, is to be put in place to conduct the […]