Dar es Salaam, Nov. 25 -- PERMANENT Secretaries in charge of local governments from four East African countries have been attracted on how the Dar es salaam Rapid Transit Agency (DART) has improved urban public transport.

The PSs who toured the DART infrastructure recently were interested on how the project has helped to conserve the environment, how fares are being paid and the way it has speed up movements within the city.

According to DARTs Acting Chief Executive Officer Mr Deus Kasmiri the PSs from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan have pledged to push for execution of such project in their respective countries.

He said most of them have pledged to bring their teams of experts to learn more on how they can take such model of tr...