Gabon Transport Articles & Analysis

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Les voyages aériens en Afrique peuvent être une affaire compliquée, mais l’accélération actuelle du continent en termes de croissance économique a engendré une volonté d’améliorer les liaisons aériennes, et le Gabon ne fait pas exception.
Les autorités gabonaises s’apprêtent à lancer deux importants projets d’autoroute qui permettront d’améliorer les connexions régionales et de relier pour la première fois par la route les deux principales villes du pays, Libreville et Port-Gentil.

The development of road transport infrastructure is one area that can greatly contribute to economic growth in Gabon, mostly by providing access to the interior of the country, where many resources are still unexploited due to poor transport links. The government is aware of this potential and has prioritised the development of a road network to...

The development and maintenance of the road network is of major importance to Gabon in terms of the transport of people and goods, and connecting the mining and agriculture industries in the interior to export points on the coast. Up until 2012, road maintenance had fallen under the purview of the Second Generation Road Maintenance Fund (Fonds d’...

The dilapidated state of some of the country’s infrastructure, not to mention limited access to it, has in recent years made it difficult for maritime transport operators in Gabon to keep up with the growing pace of demand driven by extractive industries, construction and forestry (see Mining chapter). To make sure maritime transport continues to...

What are the challenges faced by local logistics players like postal services?