The Trans-Africa highway will be made up of nine highways, passing through 41 sub-Saharan Africa and connecting about 500 million people. Some of the highway segments stretch from Cairo to Dakar, Tripoli to Windhoek and Lagos to Mombasa, this providing access to the sea for about 15 landlocked countries.
*Note: Change in Country* The Association of Southern African National Roads Agency (ASANRA) was established in March 2001. The objective of the Association is to foster the development, operation and maintenance of an integrated transport system, for the SADC region through the application of best practices
The Association of Southern African National Roads Agencies (ASANRA) is an association of National Roads Agencies in the SADC region. The association was established in March 2001 in line with the SADC Protocol on Transport, Communications and Meteorology. ASANRA was established with the essential purpose
Expressions of Interest are hereby invited from eligible candidates by the Association of Southern Africa National Road Agencies (ASANRA), for the SADC Roads Sub-Sector Harmonization Studies, as described in the following Lots: Lot 1: Preparation of Guidelines for Use of in Situ Recycling for the Upgrading
Invitation to Tender for the Review of Regional Trunk Road Network (RTRN) With Inclusion of the DRC, Guidelines for Harmonisation of Condition Reporting For SADC Road Network & Development of GIS Based Regional Road Map for SADC.
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