Transport in Benin

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This article concerns modes of transport in Benin. Benin is a country in Africa, which possesses railway and road infrastructure, as well as two seaports. Benin currently does not have rail connections to other countries, but new proposals seek to change this.



Benin has a total of 578 km (359 mi) of single track, 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) (metre gauge) railway. Benin does not, at this time, share railway links with adjacent countries - Niger possesses no railways to connect to, and while the other surrounding countries, Nigeria, Togo and Burkina Faso, do have railway networks, no connections have been built. In 2006, an Indian proposal appeared, which aims to link the railways of Benin with Niger and Burkina Faso [1]. Benin will be a participant in the AfricaRail project.

Cities served by rail

Cities of Benin currently served by the country's railways are:

It is also proposed that Gaya, in Niger will be connected to the railway network of Benin.

Benin is a country that is bordered by Togo, Nigeria, and Niger.



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