Morocco’s offshore zones transport and transit

Morocco’s offshore zones transport and transit

Morocco’s road infrastructure is one of the most comprehensive in Africa and Arab countries. Bridges to Western standards, dozens of airports cover the entire country from south to north, ports along the Atlantic coast and mediterrannee, a railway service that connects the rotality of major cities and finally the tgv set service between casablanca and tangier not forgetting tanger Med 1 and 2 the complex for container handling tens of thousands.

L’infrastrure routière au Maroc est l’une des plus complète au niveau de l’Afrique et des pays Arabes. Des ponts aux normes occidentales, des dizaines d’aeroports couvrent la totalité du pays du sud au nord, des ports le long de la cote atlantique et mediterrannee, un service chemin de fer qui relie la rotalité des grandes villes et enfin le tgv mis en service entre casablanca et tanger sans oublier tanger Med 1 et 2 le complex destiné a la manutentention des conteneurs par dizaines de milliers.

The national road network has a total length of 57,334 km, of which 43,318 km covered more than 2 thirds including 1,124 km of expressways

Traffic on the network exceeds 100 million vehicles per day The works of art have more than 9,900 units
The motorway network is 1,800 km long with structures of 1,374 units.
To cope with the increase in traffic, several projects are in progress or programmed:

The expressway Taza-Al Hoceima
The expressway Tiznit-Laayoune
The Mohammedia-Berrechid expressway
The upgrade of the national road 9 between Marrakech and Ouarzazate et Layoune Dakhla

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