Sunday, 18 January 2015

Huye set to unveil Rwf4.5 billion Bus Park

Huye District is set to acquire a state-of-the-art bus park in an investment officials believe will help transform the image of the district and boost the transport sector. The park, which is being constructed just at the entrance of Huye town, is set to be unveiled by the end of February, according to the developers. The Rwf4.5 billion facility is an investment by the Kigali Veteran Cooperative Society (KVCS), a cooperative that brings together retired soldiers and members of the Reserve Force.

The park described by many as ‘possibly the most modern car park in Rwanda’, will have a parking capacity of at least 200 vehicles.

It will include three parking areas, several multi-storied commercial buildings with at least 81 shops, restaurants, administration blocks, hotel, a petrol station, car wash and internet cafes, among others.

It will also be equipped with surveillance cameras for enhanced security as well as hi-speed wi-fi for travellers. Construction activities for the first phase which comprises most of the facilities, are already in their final phase. The second and last phase will see the construction of a four-storey building which will house shops as well as a hotel. Huye District mayor Eugene Kayiranga Muzuka told The New Times that once complete, the car park will help boost the economy of the district while at the same time mainstream the transport sector.


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