DPM MoTC Union Minister inspects Yangon-Mandalay railway upgrade project, installation of road signs on Nay Pyi Taw-Yangon expressway

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Deputy Prime Minister MoTC Union Minister Admiral Tin Aung San (C) is seen during his inspection tours yesterday.

State Administration Council Member Deputy Prime Minister Union Minister for Transport and Communications Admiral Tin Aung San inspected the Yangon-Toungoo railway section of the Yangon-Mandalay railway upgrade project and installation of road signs on Nay Pyi Taw-Toungoo expressway and Bago-Yangon Union Highway sections yesterday.
During the inspection tour on the installation of road signs, directions and signals along the highway, the chief engineer reported on the installation processes along the highway and at Milepost 167 for the road safety of the public as per the rules and instructions.
At the briefing hall of Bago-Nyaunglebin (CP-102) of Yangon-Toungoo railway upgrade project phase 1 in Pyuntazays of Nyaunglebin Township, the Managing Director of Myanma Railways and respective engineers explained the progresses in Yangon-Toungoo railway section of Yangon-Mandalay railway upgrade project phase 1 and coordination to complete the operations within the fixed period.
Then, the Deputy Prime Minister stressed the need to cooperate with the departmental officials, project advisory board and contractors to accelerate the work processes as the accurate design, quality construction materials and skills of labours are the key role and implement the prioritized plans to develop the railway transportation sectors. He also gave foodstuffs and fruits to the project officials.
He also inspected the 380 feet long Yenwe Creek Bridge (No 116-B) between DaikU and Einchaylayse railway stations and Level Crossing No 51 on the DaikU-Sittoung road section and provided foodstuffs to the labourers at work sites.
On arrival at the briefing hall of the junction of Yangon-Mandalay highway and Bago inner road in Bago, the director of the Bago Region Highways Department reported on the installation of road signs and signals in the region to ensure road safety for the public. Then, the Deputy Prime Minister offers instructions.
The Admiral and party proceeded to the Dry Port of Myanma Railways in Ywathagyi of Dagon Myothit (East) Township in Yangon Region and inspected the Ywathagyi Dry Port. — MNA/KTZH

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