Roads: A Network That is Gaining More and More Density
King Mohammed VI inaugurated one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in Africa, the mohammed VI bridge, this project is the icon of morocco, wich caught a special attention of his Majesty the King Mohammed VI.
The great interest of his Majesty the King, to develop the sophisticated road infrastructure, make morocco available on road network totals more than 57,000 km, of which 43,000 km covered (76%) and 14,000 km developed or track condition (26%). Road coverage that has become denser over the past 20 years, thanks in particular to the National Rural Roads Program, which has greatly helped to open up remote areas of Morocco. The highways, for their part, are spread over 1,800 km and play a key role in the development of the country, making 60% of the population directly connected to this network and 85% living less than an hour from highway. Similarly, all cities with more than 400,000 inhabitants are attached to the motorway network and new sections are regularly commissioned by the National Motorway Company of Morocco (ADM).