Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) – Concession agrément

Mar 23, 2022

Our firm had the privilege of assisting MERIDIAM in the negotiations with CETUD – Conseil Exécutif des Transports urbains de Dakar , representing the Republique du Senegal, in the framework of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.

These negotiations fortunately led to the signing of a concession agreement between the State of Senegal and DAKAR MOBILITE S.A., the project company and subsidiary of Meridiam, for the acquisition of vehicles and the operation and maintenance of the BRT.

This project, which represents a total investment of 135 million Euros, will contribute to significantly improve urban mobility in Dakar and air quality with the commissioning of an initial fleet of 121 100% electric buses. The system will transport 300,000 people per day, serving 14 communes and 23 stations.

The team was composed of Mame Adama GUEYE, Managing Partner, Alioune Mboup Partner,  Hamza FALL, Legal Counsel and Ndeye Penda Gueye, Legal Counsel.

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