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Old May 7th, 2013, 02:12 AM   #261
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Is Réunion in the EU? As a british citizen can I move there without a visa?
Yes and yes. You can even work there without a work permit. You can also develop some projects there and even build some high-rise buildings should you wish to do so.

Of course you'll have to ask for a building permit if you want to build a building there.

Talking of which, I wish the Qatari would invest in Réunion. There was an article in a Réunionese newspaper on April Fool's Day revealing how the Qatari investment agency had approached the Réunionese authorities to build a 200 m (650 ft) tower instead of the low-rise project that was selected. Of course if was a hoax, but I wish it could be true. The territory has potential for large-scale projects like that, but French investors and politicians are too timid and cautious, as always.
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Le Qatar veut construire une tour de 200m de haut à la place du projet de Pôle Océan

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Coup de théâtre ! Un fonds d'investissement du Qatar a décidé d'investir et de reprendre en main le projet Pôle Océan pour remodeler entièrement le front de mer de Saint-Denis. Trouvant que le projet de la municipalité manquait singulièrement d'envergure, il a proposé à Gilbert Annette de racheter entièrement le projet en vue de réaliser sur l'intégralité du Barachois, depuis le cimetière de l'Est jusqu'à la préfecture, afin d'y réaliser un "water front", du style de celui qui existe à Maurice. Le projet Pôle Océan, dans sa version actuelle, était estimé à environ 400 millions d'euros. Le fonds QIA ou Qatar Investment Autorithy est prêt pour sa part à mettre d'entrée de jeu 800 millions d'euros. Et se déclare disposé à mettre beaucoup plus, si nécessaire.

Gilbert Annette a d'ores et déjà donné un accord de principe pour la partie Pôle Océan. Des négociations plus compliquées vont maintenant devoir s'ouvrir avec les autres propriétaires de terrain concernés : Département pour les bâtiments en face de l'ancienne gare routière, et Etat pour les locaux de la DDE et de l'ancienne station RFO..

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Redevelopment of the urban seafront of Saint-Denis, the largest city of Réunion, and largest French city in the Indian Ocean. The redevelopment
is called Espace Océan.

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Construction will start this summer, and the whole redevelopment should be completed by 2017. 400 million euros will be invested
by private investors in this redevelopment project. All the streets will be pedestrian, and a wooden pier will be built over the seafront
highway to link the ocean with this new commercial district as you can see in the picture below, although the one tower in that
render was scrapped (too tall for the 'think small' French mentality).


but it seems also very beautiful!

sometimes is not good have towers in some places because then the traffic is chaotic and public transport becomes also chaotic. i don' know this case, but anyway, the selected project looks very good
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After 5 years of work, the new international airport of Nouméa-La Tontouta, New Caledonia, has been inaugurated. Enlargement and reconstruction of the terminal passenger cost 99 million euros (128 million US dollars).

[img]http://i41.************/24o3k9f.png[/img]

Traffic at La Tontouta Airport rose from 357,149 passengers in 2002 to 486,171 passengers in 2012, i.e. 36% growth in 10 years.

The extension and reconstruction of the terminal is meant to cope with this growth in passenger traffic. The airport can now handle 4 aircrafts simultaneously (2 wide-body and 2 narrow-body aircrafts) and 700 passengers per hour, and could handle 5 aircrafts simultaneously (3 wide-body and 2 narrow-body), 900 passengers per hour and 700,000 passangers per year by 2022.

The floor surface of the passenger terminal was enlarged from 9,700 m² (105,000 sq ft) before to 21,700 m² (234,000 sq ft) now. The new airport possesses 25 check-in counters (up from only 12 before the airport's enlargement), 2 boarding bridges, some indoor gardens with native plants of New Caledonia and Melanesian artifacts, a VIP lounge, a restaurant, a snack bar, some duty-free stores, a kids' playground, etc.

Lots of glasses and light in this rebuilt airport, as you can see in the pictures.





























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Old May 12th, 2013, 01:16 PM   #264
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Old May 12th, 2013, 04:08 PM   #265
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so I have a question which I am sure has been answered here already but here it goes:

Do these territories answer to the French government or are they autonomous in the way Puerto Rico is from the USA?
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No, they are as much part of France as Hawaii is part of the US. None of them is an associated state like Puerto Rico. Some of them have more autonomy, like New Caledonia, but their autonomy is not larger than the autonomy of, say, Hawaii vis à vis the federal level. Other, like Réunion, have close to no autonomy, and are just as if Hawaii was a county of California.
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hence why France invests big bucks here.. well good!
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Old May 12th, 2013, 06:27 PM   #268
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I don't know what you mean by "France". If you mean the French central State, then it does invest money in all the overseas departments and territories, but it is not the only investor. There is also the EU, the local councils, and the private sector.

Regarding the enlargement and reconstruction of the airport of Nouméa-La Tontouta, in a territory, New Caledonia, that is the most autonomous in the French Republic (although not as autonomous as Puerto Rico or even Scotland in some respects), the 99 million euros (128 million US dollars) that it cost were financed like this:
- 11.9% by the French central State
- 23.7% by the local government of New Caledonia (but the local government of New Caledonia itself is partly funded by the French central State, so it's complex)
- 11.9% by of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New Caledonia's own funds
- 52.5% by loans from banks to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New Caledonia due to be repaid by 2025

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New Caledonia owns and manages the airport of Nouméa-La Tontouta (in French cities outside of Paris, the local airport is usually owned and managed by the local chamber of commerce and industry, which is made up of local businesses and companies).
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Nice addition for Tontouta.

Funny to see a restaurant called "Le Biarritz" here
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Old May 31st, 2013, 03:59 PM   #270
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très très beau cet aéroport
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Old June 9th, 2013, 05:58 AM   #271
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Binational Bridge (France-Brazil) over the Oyapock River


Finally, the federal government is willing to inaugurate the bridge. The customs facilities, work responsibility of the National Department of Transport and Infrastructure (DNIT), is in preparation of the project. According DNIT, the customs facilities are only now being built because the initial bidding process no takers due the location of the project. The agency also says that held a new bidding process recently completed. And that the company is currently developing the executive project to then perform the work. Now, the expected opening of the bridge and customs facilities is September 2014. Unfortunately, the current president of Brazil Dilma Rousseff proves to be very disinterested in the matter of international relations and many other issues.
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but now that we're at it, what would be the economic importance of the Oyapok bridge, really?
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The official launch of construction for the Nouvelle Route du Littoral freeway/motorway, in Réunion, took place on Friday last week. After many years of discussions and heated public debates, this is at last the start of the most spectacular motorway project in the European Union! [img]http://i39.************/200tfmc.gif[/img]

Due to a massive lava field which ends in cliffs above the ocean, the capital of Réunion, St Denis, is isolated from the international seaport of Réunion and the touristy and populated southern part of the island, located beyond the lava field. It has always been hard to link St Denis to the seaport and the southern part of the island through that lava field.

Currently, there exists a motorway that was built in the 1970s at the bottom of the cliffs, but it is extremely dangerous, with tons of volcanic rocks regularly crashing on the road, sometimes killing motorists, and blocking traffic for weeks between St Denis and the rest of the island.

This is the current motorway:













And this is what happens when the cliff collapses on the current motorway:





Oftentimes, due to risk of rocks falling on the motorway, they have to redirect northbound traffic on the southbound lanes (the two lanes on the ocean side), so the motorway becomes a simple two-lane road, with all the traffic jams that you can imagine.



Some solutions have been sought to solve this problem. Some have argued in favor of a tunnel bored under the lava field, but the distance to cross is very long for a tunnel, and the road tunnel would in any case be dangerous due to the heavy traffic on that motorway (55,000 vehicles per day in 2010, but due to rise to 80,000 vehicles per day in 2040 because of Réunion's brisk demographic and economic growth).

Eventually, after years of public consultations and political arguments, it was decided to choose the offshore viaduct solution, which will be an engineering marvel, but will cost a lot of money. It must be said that construction of the offshore viaduct has become a reality essentially thanks to the efforts of the right-wing president of Réunion's regional council, Didier Robert, who came to power in 2010 and has tenaciously pushed for this very costly engineering solution (the former Communist president of the regional council was opposed to an offshore viaduct, and favored a tram-train solution through the lava field). Didier Robert managed to convince the French state and the European Union despite the dire state of public finances.

The Nouvelle Route du Littoral ("New Coastal Road") will be 12.3 km (7.6 miles) long. It will be a 6-lane motorway (the current Route du Littoral under the cliffs is only a 4-lane motorway). It will cost 2.23 billion US dollars ($180 million per km/$290 million per mile). The French state will contribute 1.07 billion US dollars, Réunion's regional council will contribute 915 million US dollars, and the European Union will contribute 207 million US dollars. Despite its cost, the Nouvelle Route du Littoral motorway will be toll free!

5.4 km of the 12.3 km will be the offshore viaduct proper. This is 2.5 times the length of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and slightly more than two-third the length of the Oresund Bridge between Sweden and Denmark. The width of the 6-lane viaduct will be 28.9 meters (95 ft), which is larger than the width of both the Golden Gate Bridge (27.4 m/90 ft) and the Oresund Bridge (23.5 m/77 ft). The viaduct will run parallel to the coast at a distance of more than 60 meters (200 feet) from the coast, in order to be out of reach of the worst possible cliff collapse. At that distance from the coast, the ocean floor is between 10 and 15 meters below the surface of the ocean.

The deck of the viaduct, where motorists will be driving, is 29.7 meters (97 ft) above sea-level. This height is meant to leave the deck out of reach of the worst possible waves in a situation of high tide + worst centennial Indian Ocean hurricane. The deck is closer to the surface of the ocean than the Golden Gate Bridge (whose deck is 67 m/220 ft above sea-level), but it is considerably higher than regular overseas viaduct such as the Overseas Highway through the Florida Keys. Price tag for this impressive viaduct: 980 million US dollars, i.e. 44% of the total cost of the Nouvelle Route du Littoral. For comparison, the famous Millau Viaduct in southern France cost "only" $670 million in 2013 US dollars.

Millau viaduct: cost $670 million to build:


Viaduct of the Nouvelle Route du Littoral: will cost $980 million to build:
[img]http://i39.************/2ppzu5k.jpg[/img]

The 6 lanes on the deck of the viaduct:
(There will unfortunately be no standard motorway hard shoulders on boths sides of the motorway. They were scrapped to diminish the cost of this already very expensive motorway. Instead, there will be a BDD, a sort of sub-standard shoulder that will only be about 1 meter wide, although the two bus lanes will be used as hard shoulders for some years before the bus line is put into service.)
[img]http://i54.************/2lj00hz.png[/img]

More pictures of the viaduct:









The rest of the Nouvelle Route du Littoral's 12.3 km will be 6.7 km (4.1 miles) of dikes and a smaller 220 m (720 ft) viaduct.

This map shows the viaducts in red and the dikes in blue:


The dikes will be built out into the ocean (with their oceanside plunging 11 meters below the surface of the ocean), but closer to the cliffs than the viaduct, along sections of the coast where the cliffs are smaller and less dangerous in terms of rock falls.



The top of the dike, where the motorway will run, will be 18.7 meters (61 feet) above sea-level. The width of the motorway on the dike will be 34 meters (112 feet), larger than on the deck of the viaduct.



Between the dikes and the cliffs, where the motorway currently runs, the terrain will be returned to nature and left as a zone to absorb rock falls.



At its southern end, the Nouvelle Route du Littoral will be joined with the spectacular Route des Tamarins motorway which was opened to traffic in 2009. It will thus be possible to drive uninterruptedly on a motorway all the way from the northern coast to the southern coast of Réunion.





On to the south!
[img]http://i41.************/656e1e.jpg[/img]

In total, 18 million cubic meters (23.5 million cubic yards) of rocks and materials will be needed to build the viaduct and especially the dikes. Construction is due to be completed by 2019, and the new motorway should open to traffic in late 2019 or early 2020.

In these videos you can see the future drive on the Nouvelle Route du Littoral, how motorists will experience it.

Here we start in St Denis and move southward along the viaduct and part of the dikes, before returning to St Denis:


Here the French construction and civil engineering company Vinci, which is in charge of building the main viaduct, explains the technicalities of the viaduct:
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An article talking about the Route du Littoral:

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The prefect of Réunion, left. The president of the regional council, right.

The first accropode block was officially laid at La Possession, on Friday, December 20, under heavy rainfall.

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During construction of the Nouvelle Route du Littoral, which will spread over several years, more than 20,000 accropode blocks will be used to build the dikes and the La Possession interchange.

At the ceremony were present several top officials, among them Jean-Luc Marx, prefect of Réunion, Alain Saint-Ange, Seychelles minister of tourism, Senator Michel Fontaine, the mayor of La Possession Roland Robert, and of course the president of Réunion's regional council, Didier Robert.

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"I am very happy to be able to respect a promise that I made 3 years ago. It's December 20, and we're on schedule to start construction", said Didier Robert, after laying the first accropode block with the prefect of Réunion.

A construction work which he calls "colossal and most usefull in terms of security for all users of the road, and most useful for the Réunionese economy."

Bernard Siriex, chairman of Réunion's federation of construction businesses, described the day as "a great day for the construction industry. This project ensures that public works will pick up again and give us hope that construction activity will rise in Réunion." "Specialists from the entire world will come to visit the construction sites, because never has such a long and wide overseas structure been built to resist hurricane forces", he added.


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Nouvelle Route du Littoral: Didier Rober proud to start "the largest construction project ever launched on our island"
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According to Didier Robert, this is a road "distant enough from the cliffs so that we are definitely safe from any massive rock fall."

More than 2,000 Réunionese working on the construction

This 4-lane toll free road for motorists, with some added lanes for public transports, is "one of the most important infrastructure project launched nationwide, and the largest road project in Europe", underlined Didier Robert, adding that 2,000 Réunionese will work on the construction.

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"We'll do it without scaling back anything"

The cost of the project, estimated at 1.662 billion euros and depicted as "astronomic" by some, is also under control according to Didier Robert. "Not only are we going to sustain this project, but we will do so without scaling back other commitments that we've made", assured he, mentioning the modernization of the Rolland Garros and Pierrefonds airports, the financial help to the tourism industry, renewable energies, sugarcane, ...

Conscious that this project will never gather unanimous support, Didier Robert said he wished to "let the detractors opposed to this project, as they are to many other projects, by principle, enjoy their full freedom of speech. As for me, I'm on the side of those who choose to move from words to action", concluded he.

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Pourquoi ne pas faire un TER entre ces deux villes plutot que de faire le tout voiture ? ce projet de pont autoroutier sur la mer est juste hideux ça va tout défigurer la cote. l'autoroute le long de la cote est un moindre mal sinon le pont pas mal
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It's not made to be beautiful, but safer than before with the space between the road and the coast.
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Salut! Anything interesting going on in Mayotte already?



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Here are the results of the Jan. 2011 French census released 2 weeks ago for the urban areas of overseas France (except Nouméa and Papeete which have separate censuses). The figures refer strictly to urban areas, not metropolitan areas.

I'm listing the 8 largest urban areas in overseas France, with their populations at the 2011 census, and their yearly population growth between the 2006 and 2011 censuses. As you can see, the situations are quite contrasted. Some urban areas are booming, while other urban areas are either stagnating or experiencing population decline.

Note that the maps are not at the same scale.

1- Saint-Denis (Réunion): 175,309 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(+0.75% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i48.************/2ryr975.png[/IMG]

2- Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe): 171,529 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(+0.21% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i50.************/2hrcuv9.png[/IMG]

3- Fort-de-France (Martinique): 168,101 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(-0.59% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i50.************/20st0ys.png[/IMG]

4- Nouméa (New Caledonia): 163,723 inhabitants (in Aug. 2009)
(+2.44% per year since 1996)
[IMG]http://i47.************/xfq6th.png[/IMG]

5- Saint-Pierre (Réunion): 155,354 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(+1.48% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i46.************/2jdmmfm.png[/IMG]

6- Papeete (French Polynesia): 133,627 inhabitants (in Aug. 2012)
(+0.29% per year since 2007)
[IMG]http://i48.************/260zz1v.png[/IMG]

7- Cayenne (French Guiana): 106,358 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(+1.18% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i48.************/nybvgj.png[/IMG]

8- Saint-Paul (Réunion): 103,916 inhabitants (in Jan. 2011)
(+0.91% per year since 2006)
[IMG]http://i47.************/4vics7.png[/IMG]
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