The Ghanaian government has successfully procured 12 state-of-the-art trains from Poland, marking a significant step in the country’s efforts to modernize its rail network.
The move is part of the government’s commitment to enhancing and expanding Ghana’s railway system to provide efficient and sustainable transportation options.
The modern diesel-powered trains, sourced from Poland’s Pesa factory in Bydgoszcz, are intended for operation on both regional and long-distance lines of Ghana Railways.
The government aims to meet the growing demand for modern and comfortable travel while contributing to overall transportation development.
The initial batch is expected to be delivered by the middle of the upcoming month, with an option for an additional 10 units under the contract.