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National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) is one of ministry of
transport organizations , it has been established in
for the implementation of underground metro projects in Arab Republic of Egypt
and performing the relevant economic and technical researches and studies in
cooperation with the foreign and local companies.
Since its establishment date till now, NAT has implemented
Km of underground metro lines where the required and relevant utilities
investments have reached about
23billion pounds (rated at
700 Million Egyptian
pounds per annum) this high performance is considered incredible and
unpreceded rate .......More
Cairo metro line-3 extends from Imbaba and El-Mohandiseen at the west of the
river Nile and passing underneath it, to Zamalek Island then Attaba square -
Abbassia - Cairo Stadium - Heliopolies - Alf Maskn - Ain Shams and finally
reaches international Cairo Airport
All the transportation studies recommended the necessity of implementing of Cairo metro Line 4 to face the increasing of the transportation demands in the high populated areas like El-Ahram , Faisal , Giza , El-Azhar and Sawah Square till PortSaid st.
Roads and railway tunnels projects under Suez Canal south near Port Said at
Km Suez Canal mark to link Sinai Peninsula with Delta through several roads
and railways directions
Line 1 is considered the backbone of Greater Cairo metro network and the first
underground metro line in Africa and Middle East
tunnel boring machine (TBM) that used in execution of Cairo metro Line 2 is
considered as one of the newest machine in this field it is newer than the
machine used in digging Manish tunnel
completing and operating Cairo metro line 3 the transferring from the east of
Cairo to its west will be easier and it will be helpful to reduce the traffic