Côte d'Ivoire Transport Articles & Analysis

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Désireuse de consolider sa position de grand hub logistique en Afrique de l’Ouest, la Côte d’Ivoire vient de signer un accord portant sur la construction d’un port sec dans le nord du pays, pour un montant de 262 milliards de francs CFA (399,4 millions d’euros), un projet qui vient s’ajouter au programme d’expansion et de modernisation du Port d’Abidjan actuellement à l’œuvre.

 

Since political stability returned after 2011, Côte d’Ivoire’s transport sector has been undergoing rapid development, and the country is now re-emerging as a leading regional transport centre. A number of challenges persist, however, particularly in regards to the maintenance of the national road network, the state of the country’s sole...

 

What measures are planned to restructure urban transport and alleviate congestion in Abidjan?

 

Transport authorities in Côte d’Ivoire’s economic capital of Abidjan are working on a medium-term plan to replace and expand the city’s public buses and boats, raise the number of bridges in the congested city from three to five and construct a metro network.

 

How can different financing methods help to develop the country’s transport infrastructure?

 

Flag carrier Air Côte d’Ivoire (ACI) began operations in 2012 to replace its insolvent predecessor, Air Ivoire. The airline is now well established and serves Abidjan, Bouaké, Korhogo, San Pedro, Odienné and Man domestically, as well as 20 cities throughout West Africa.