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Old August 29th, 2009, 10:00 AM   #321
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eudi 11 Juin 2009 -- Le ministre des Travaux publics, Amar Ghoul, a exhorté, hier à Alger, les responsables chargés des grands projets routiers à accélérer la cadence des travaux et à profiter de la période estivale pour en livrer le maximum dans les plus brefs délais. Ce qui permettra, à coup sûr, une certaine décongestion de la capitale, toujours saturée. Le ministre a sillonné les trois wilayas du Centre, Alger, Blida et Boumerdès, où il s’est enquis de plusieurs chantiers. Il a mentionné les projets prioritaires et leur délai de réalisation. Le ministre a fixé comme première priorité la réalisation du tronçon routier Zéralda-Douira de la 2e rocade sud d’Alger et sa livraison dans une quinzaine de jours. Ensuite, il a insisté sur la livraison du tronçon Birtouta-Rouiba au courant de cet été.

La troisième priorité fixée par le ministre consiste en la réalisation, d’ici à la prochaine rentrée scolaire, de la jonction de l’autoroute est-ouest vers le grand viaduc de Benrahmoune dans la wilaya de Boumerdès. Mais, à ce niveau, les travaux dont est chargée l’ENGEOA ne semblent pas avancer comme souhaité par le ministre. Cet état de fait a d’ailleurs provoqué sa colère hier. In situ, Amar Ghoul a constaté «un retard considérable dans l’avancement des travaux par rapport aux délais impartis». Ce qui peut donc compromettre, d’ores et déjà, la livraison de la totalité de la 2e rocade sud d’ici à la rentrée scolaire, comme cela était prévu. De ce fait, le ministre n’a pas ménagé le premier responsable de l’entreprise ENGEOA, chargée de la réalisation du grand viaduc de Benrahmoune. Cet ouvrage «est très important», a dit le ministre qui reproche au même responsable «la faible cadence des travaux», même s’il a reconnu la complexité de la tâche. «Je sais que c’est extraordinaire de s’aventurer dans de pareilles nouvelles techniques des travaux publics, mais le rythme des travaux reste loin des attentes. Il faut vite rattraper ce retard !» a lancé le ministre en direction du chef de ce projet.

Quant aux autres projets, M. Ghoul a insisté, notamment, sur la nécessité d’achever le plus tôt possible les travaux de la pénétrante de Rouiba vers l’autoroute est-ouest. Ce projet permettra, selon le ministre, la livraison du tronçon autoroutier de 17 kilomètres reliant Khemis El-Khechena à El-Hamiz, dont les travaux sont déjà achevés. Le ministre a, par ailleurs, insisté sur l’achèvement des travaux parallèles tels que le boisement et les autres aménagements, dans la réalisation de toutes les infrastructures routières.
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Old August 29th, 2009, 10:17 AM   #322
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picture above is the blue in this map 2 rocade

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Old August 29th, 2009, 10:21 PM   #323
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Old August 30th, 2009, 12:55 AM   #324
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Old September 4th, 2009, 03:04 PM   #325
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Old September 4th, 2009, 06:28 PM   #326
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Brand new highway near the Algiers airport. Opened recently.
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Old September 4th, 2009, 10:35 PM   #327
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Old September 5th, 2009, 12:45 AM   #328
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Good motorway(s)!
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Old September 5th, 2009, 01:28 AM   #329
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Old September 7th, 2009, 10:49 PM   #330
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Old September 19th, 2009, 12:37 PM   #331
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why are the lines yellow?
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why are the lines yellow?
These are new norms for highways in Algeria.
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Old September 20th, 2009, 12:44 PM   #334
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Interesting, but it looks strange. Reminds me of the US. Why have they chosen yellow? Better visibility? I can imagine it being darker at night.
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Old September 20th, 2009, 01:48 PM   #335
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My impression is that the signs are much better near Oran, than near Algiers.
Unfortunately, both signs are in capital letters (takes more time to read).

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My dear friend,the major purpose the of the highway project in Algeria is to develop the network of highways and roads to better the economy of the country (outside Algiers),the border with Morocco is not as important economically speaking as the development of the local market which is huge.

Trade between Algeria and Morocco is insignificant,so the borders are really not a priority for the algerian economy.

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bypasses and expressways are not supposed to have the same numbers of lanes as the main freeway,they're for exits and transfer roads.
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This part is in 2x2, i don't know why.
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How much was that, 270 km/h?
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How much was that, 270 km/h?
Between 270 and 300 km/h.
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