Transport in Ethiopia

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Transportation infrastructure within Ethiopia is generally good, especially in the north, west, central and south of the country. Most of the roads and railways are now under construction, and will be done between 2011 and 2014.




Ethiopian cities served by rail


In French.[1]


  • 2 November 2006 - Ineco Spt of Spain has been named the preferred choice for supervision and administration of rehabilitation work on the 781 km Ethio-Djibouti Railway for €2.2 million. Consta - an Italian company - will undertake the actual reconstruction at a cost of €40 million (about R360m). Comazar of South Africa has been awarded the 25-year concession. Rails are to be upgraded from 20 kg/m to 40 kg/m, to carry substantially increased loads. A fleet of new locomotives and freight wagons will be brought in by the concessionaire.[2]

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