Yangon-Toungoo railway upgrade project, railway stations, dry dock inspected

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Union Minister for Transport and Communications Admiral Tin Aung San made an inspection tour to the Yangon-Toungoo railway upgrade project phase-1 of the Yangon-Mandalay railway upgrade project, railway stations and the dry port on 29 May.
During the inspection tour of the upgrade work on Bago-Nyaunglebin railway section, the General Manager (Civil) from Myanma Railways explained the work progress and remaining work to be done, and the companies implementing the upgrade work of the railway section presented the difficulties encountered in implementation, and the Union Minister attended to the needs.
After inspecting the construction works of Pyuntaza railway station and the laying of rail tracks by RBE from Pyuntaza station to DaikU station, the Union Minister met with the passengers waiting for the train at DaikU station and asked them whether the train service was convenient.
At the Bago Station, the Union Minister instructed officials to make arrangements for convenience of train passengers to travel, to keep trains clean, tidy and safe as well as to check and repair the staff housings and to oversee the construction of the station to ensure its long-term viability.
The Union Minister and party also inspected the laying of rail tracks from Bago Station to Ywathagyi station (33.25 miles long section) and the welding work at Htongyi Station.
He also inspected Dry Port in Ywathagyi and related works.—MNA

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