- Between 2012 and 2013 the following construction works were carried out: Renovation of the Achimota, Asoprochona, Baatsona, Odaw And Tema Harbour Stations. A new station was also built at Tema Community 1
- Work on an organizational plan for the Authority completed. Inventory and Valuation of the Assets and liabilities of the Ghana Railway Company Limited has been carried out and the transfer of GRCL assets to the Authority as per section 32 and 33 of the Railways Act (Act779) is completed
Asoprochona to Tema Harbour
Reconstruction of the railway line from Asoprochona to Tema Harbour (Achimota to Tema
branch line of the Eastern railway line)
In 2007, the suburban service from Accra to Asoprochona was commissioned. In 2009, the
continuation of the line was started. A distance of a newly built cape gauge line was completed and commissioned in 2010. The total track length built is 10.1kilometers including platforms at Tema and Asoprochona stations. Two Diesel multiple train units were also commissioned . The project was executed by Amandi Holding Limited and supervised by the Ghana Railway Development Authority and and the Ghana Railway Company Limited
Extension of the Railway line from Tema Harbour to Community One
Construction of Single Gauge Railway Line from Tema to Mpakadan (Akosombo)
- Construction of rail head facilities including a container stacking area at the Tema Harbour.
- Construction of Rolling Stock maintenance Depot.
- Construction of three (3) new stations.
- Construction of rail head facilities and a container stacking area at Mpakadan
- Provision of the state of the art Signaling and Tele-Communication system.
The contact was officially changed in 2018 from Tema - Akosombo to Tema - Mpakadan project, this was necessitated by a number of considerations including Security concerns and Technical concerns in so far as the the proposed alignment brought the train line uncomfortably close to the rather aging Hydroelectric Dam within the 500 meters of the Dam. The realignment has implications in cost though not in time. The total km length increases to 97.78 kilometers with an additional cost element og USD 48m. The contractor is confident in delivering the project by December 2022 despite the delays caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic.