Gabon Transport Articles & Analysis

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Efforts are under way to fulfil the potential of Gabon’s air transport sector by improving national infrastructure and strengthening the regulatory context. Numerous projects are expected to boost both passenger numbers and sector competition in the medium term.

What steps can be taken, since Gabon Airlines has been banned from flying?

The improvement of Gabon’s transport network is a necessary precursor to growth in the extractive industries, forestry, agriculture and other high-potential sectors, and the government has recognised this. Planned infrastructure upgrades, particularly for roads and ports, should help unlock the country’s economic potential in areas outside of...

The development of Gabon’s road infrastructure is one of the factors with the greatest potential to boost overall economic growth and to encourage regional trade. The government has made road network upgrades a priority under the National Infrastructure Master Plan for 2011-16 and aims to facilitate the investment of $6bn in the next five years in...

Le 7 septembre, le Gabon a lancé des travaux de réaménagement d’un tronçon clé du principal axe routier nord-sud de la capitale, qui traverse le quartier Glass et s’étend du marché d’Oloumi à l’échangeur de l’autoroute Lalala dans la banlieue de Libreville.

Chapter | Transport from The Report: Gabon 2012

The government has acknowledged that transport upgrades urgently need to be made to promote growth in a number of other sectors, including tourism, agriculture and extractive industries. The National Infrastructure Master Plan, which was launched in June 2012, focuses on 21 priority projects in transport, energy and housing. Current transport projects include the expansion of the ports system,...