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Old March 13th, 2010, 11:39 AM   #521
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The A? to Tanger Med looks very "european" (it's a general feeling).
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Old March 13th, 2010, 01:02 PM   #522
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The A? to Tanger Med looks very "european" (it's a general feeling).
I think all of the infrastructure in Morocco looks very European. All of the motorways in Morocco looks European but also the railways in Morocco looks European. But I know Morocco's most important commercial partner is Europe and they want to have European standard on all infrastructure
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Old March 13th, 2010, 05:54 PM   #523
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I don't agree with you: moroccan highways don't have so many signage, guardrails, viaducs, tunnels or exits that may give them a 100% european appearance. They are quite basic (even though of correct quality). My point was refering to the fact that some sections of moroccan highways looked european because of the pic's particular angle, the weather, the cars, the environment. But yes, moroccan infrastructures tend to reach european standards because of the traditionally tight relationship between european big players and moroccan authorities.
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Old March 14th, 2010, 12:19 AM   #524
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I don't agree with you: moroccan highways don't have so many signage, guardrails, viaducs, tunnels or exits that may give them a 100% european appearance. They are quite basic (even though of correct quality). My point was refering to the fact that some sections of moroccan highways looked european because of the pic's particular angle, the weather, the cars, the environment. But yes, moroccan infrastructures tend to reach european standards because of the traditionally tight relationship between european big players and moroccan authorities.
I don’t know if i agree with you or not.

I have seen quite a lot of European motorways and its different with signage, guardrails, viaducts, tunnels or exits etc. Many of the motorways here in Sweden looks quite basic and some of them are just going in the Swedish forests and its very few signage, guardrails, viaducts, tunnels or exits etc. and you don’t see many petrol stations on them in the Swedish forests. But they are a part of the European motorway network. Maybe we think different but when I using the motorways in Morocco I think they are like a south part of the European motorway network but they are outside Europe. And I think all of the Moroccan infrastructure is like a part of European infrastructure but outside Europe.
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Old March 15th, 2010, 01:48 AM   #525
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Is cycling on the motorway permitted in Morocco? Even here in Holland it's forbidden and if police sees you you'd get a hefty fine.
It's forbidden, you can get a fine (the guy cycling in the pic did it before they opened the highway to the public)

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By the way, is there a trail or pistas network for camel caravans in Morocco?
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For who? the three kings from the East?
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Old March 15th, 2010, 09:44 PM   #526
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Old March 16th, 2010, 02:18 PM   #527
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Old March 16th, 2010, 03:45 PM   #528
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Old March 18th, 2010, 01:23 AM   #530
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wow I thought that there are only desert but it look so green .
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Do anyone know when the last part of the new motorway between Marrakech and Agadir is finished and when is going to open?
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Do anyone know when the last part of the new motorway between Marrakech and Agadir is finished and when is going to open?
It's not sure but they said by the end of 2010!
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Old March 19th, 2010, 08:41 AM   #533
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It's not sure but they said by the end of 2010!
In june 2010, 4 years and half for 250 km, and 120 km in mountains.

And Fes-Oujda in 2011.
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Old March 21st, 2010, 10:47 PM   #534
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It's not sure but they said by the end of 2010!
I think it will be ready by the end of the world... i'm joking, but if it's not ready this summer, i wouldn't go here ! the national road is too dangerous
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I think it will be ready by the end of the world... i'm joking, but if it's not ready this summer, i wouldn't go here ! the national road is too dangerous
Yes I know, I read that somewhere! Maybe by the end of 2010!
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 03:15 PM   #536
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Are there plans in Marocco for a connection between the Maroccan Highway-system and Ceuta??? It could be a good idea, because the borderstation between Ceuta and Fnideq is always very busy. It's just about 15 km.
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Are there plans in Marocco for a connection between the Maroccan Highway-system and Ceuta??? It could be a good idea, because the borderstation between Ceuta and Fnideq is always very busy. It's just about 15 km.
There is a highway connecting Fnideq to Tetouan:

http://maps.google.nl/maps?f=q&sourc...,1.054001&z=11

I don't think they will connect it to Ceuta, because there already is an expressway.
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Old March 24th, 2010, 03:14 PM   #538
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There is a highway connecting Fnideq to Tetouan:

http://maps.google.nl/maps?f=q&sourc...,1.054001&z=11

I don't think they will connect it to Ceuta, because there already is an expressway.
Fnideq is just next to Sebta (Ceuta), we can see the post frontiers from Fnideq!
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Old March 25th, 2010, 12:19 AM   #539
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Old April 8th, 2010, 09:00 PM   #540
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Maroc : Plus de 600 km d'autoroutes équipés d'un système de radiocommunication numérique selon l'ADM

Plus de 600 km d'autoroutes marocaines seront équipés du système de radiocommunication "TETRA" qui permet d'effectuer des communications dans des situations critiques, annonce la Société nationale des Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM) dans un communiqué.


Cette première opération va doter les axes Casablanca-Rabat, Casablanca-El Jadida et Casablanca-Agadir du système TETRA (Terrestrial trunked Radio).

Il s'agit d'un système radio mobile et bi-directionnel spécialement conçu pour les situations critiques comme les services de secours, les appels urgents et de sécurité.

"Il sera rapidement généralisé à l'ensemble du réseau exploité par ADM", assure l'entreprise chargée de la construction, l'entretien et l'exploitation du réseau autoroutier marocain

Ce système, dont l'installation coûtera 22 millions de dhs, est indépendant du réseau GSM et apporte pour les services d'exploitation d'ADM l'avantage de permettre des appels rapides et sûrs.

Le système TETRA garantit également l'absence de risques de congestion et d'interférences, poursuit le communiqué, précisant que "le réseau de fibre optique installé par ADM assure la liaison entre les différentes stations de base et par là, la continuité du service, même dans les reliefs les plus difficiles".

Le recours à cette technologie, ajoute la même source, permet à ADM de "pallier les limites des réseaux analogiques en termes de couverture et de fonctionnalités" et de s'ouvrir sur plusieurs applications pouvant s'appuyer sur le nouveau réseau tels l'envoi de messages texte, la géo-localisation, l'utilisation d'applications professionnelles sur certains terminaux radio et la connexion aux applications centrales.
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