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20 Jun 2018
The Nigerian Railway Corporation has given approval for the commencement of commercial operations of the Abuja Light Rail project in the country's federal capital Territory.
16 Apr 2018
As French rail workers continue their rolling strikes against planned reforms, millions of passengers are looking for other ways to get around.
3 Apr 2018
French rail unions began a wave of rolling strikes on Tuesday in a challenge to President Emmanuel Macron's reform agenda.
1 Mar 2018
$2bn Needed For Lagos Kano Rail Project - Osinbajo
5 Jan 2018
Buhari commission’s new locomotives, coaches for Abuja Kaduna rail service.
19 Oct 2017
Ports and rail evolution - Speakers ask for improved infrastructure development.
8 Mar 2017
FG Secures funding for Lagos-Ibadan rail project.

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