Morocco Transport

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Decades of traffic congestion in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco’s two biggest cities, have prompted a need to introduce various new forms of mass transport. Over the past three years, both cities have witnessed the opening of new tramway systems aimed at taking cars off the roads and reducing residents’ commuting times. Although the passenger...

 

The Moroccan transport sector has made some great strides in recent years, as attested by investments in the maritime and road segment. While major events such as the 2008-09 financial crisis, the ensuing Eurozone debt crisis and recent regional political instability have impacted passenger and cargo flows to and from the kingdom, investment...

How will high-speed rail benefit Morocco?

Chapter | Transport from The Report: Morocco 2014

The Moroccan transport sector has made some great strides in recent years, and projects across the spectrum are ongoing and set for delivery over the next year and a half, in line with the government’s medium-term infrastructure development plans. While major events such as the 2008-09 financial crisis, the ensuing eurozone debt crisis and recent regional political instability have impacted...

 

With three major highway construction projects planned for 2014-15, Morocco is pushing to expand its already extensive road network. At an estimated cost of around Dh13bn (€1.1bn), the new roads are expected to help to support growth in several sectors, including construction, logistics, mining and industry. Morocco is planning a dramatic...

Avec trois projets d’envergure en matière de construction autoroutière prévus pour 2014-2015, le Maroc multiplie les efforts visant à poursuivre le développement d’un réseau routier déjà étendu.

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