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Old September 14th, 2011, 09:25 AM   #41
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Old September 14th, 2011, 10:49 AM   #42
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Old October 30th, 2011, 07:13 PM   #43
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Consultation à Sousse sur l’extension de l’autoroute jusqu’à Gafsa via Kairouan, Sidi Bouzid et Kasserine



News, Économie | Chaima Ben Sassi | 30 octobre, 2011 à 13:51


Le 8 novembre prochain sera le dernier délai pour la réception des suggestions et remarques des citoyens du gouvernorat de Sousse, dans le cadre de la consultation régionale sur le projet d’extension de l’autoroute jusqu’à Gafsa, via Kairouan, Sidi Bouzid et Kasserine.

D’ores et déjà, plusieurs propositions ont été émises lors d’un débat mené, récemment, au siège du gouvernorat, dont l’extension de la route nationale n°2 reliant Enfidha à Kairouan, la réalisation d’une autoroute parallèle, ou la construction d’une autoroute reliant, directement, Zaghouan à Kairouan à partir de Tunis.



Ont participé à cette rencontre, des représentants du ministère de l’Equipement, des directions régionales, des partis politiques et de la société civile.



Le représentant du bureau chargé de la réalisation de l’étude préliminaire du projet d’extension de l’autoroute a fait un exposé sur le contenu de l’étude qui a démarré en mai et se poursuivra jusqu’à septembre 2013. Celle-ci propose plusieurs parcours différents et tient compte de l’importance de relier l’autoroute aux agglomérations et aux pôles économiques.



L’étude comporte, également, une carte des zones où il est impossible d’aménager une autoroute comme les zones humides, les lacs, les sites archéologiques et les périmètres agricoles.
http://www.tunisienumerique.com/2011...-et-kasserine/
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Old October 31st, 2011, 11:59 PM   #44
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I've been in Tunisia and as much as I remember the motorways were very good, considering it's Africa. I have 2 pics of a road(not a motorway though) on a salt lake in Tunisia:

Chott-El-Jerid, between Douz/Kébili and Tozeur ?

P.S.: Nice-looking French-like Tunisian motorways ! What is the speed limit on them ?
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Old November 2nd, 2011, 01:07 AM   #45
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Nice pictures. The most cars have black plates with white font, but i've seen a few cars with white (tunisian?) plates with a black font, like the moroccan plates. Where is the differance?
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Old June 15th, 2012, 05:10 PM   #46
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http://www.businessnews.com.tn/Tunis...ga,520,31276,3

They "inaugurated" the Oued Zarga - Bou Salem motorway project, which is an extension of A3. The news message is not entirely clear, but I assume they inaugurated the start of the project, not its completion as 2011 Google Earth imagery does not show any evidence of further construction yet.

Oued Zarga - Bou Salem is about 50 kilometers because of the detour around a reservoir and the city of Beja.

I don't know when this project will be completed. Maybe in late 2014 or early 2015, given the construction time of 2.5 - 3 years for an average rural motorway.
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Old June 26th, 2012, 11:31 PM   #47
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A few pics from motorway Sousse - Sfax:









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Old June 26th, 2012, 11:37 PM   #48
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Some other pics from other roads:

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Old June 26th, 2012, 11:43 PM   #49
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Old September 14th, 2012, 02:49 PM   #50
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According to this article, A1 Sfax-Gabes will be completed in April 2013.
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Old May 29th, 2013, 03:22 PM   #51
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april 2013 has passed, any news?
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Early 2014 is now the date;

http://www.econostrum.info/Le-puzzle...nt_a14634.html

En chantier, l'autoroute Sfax-Gabès (155 km) devrait être livrée au début de l'année 2014 après un investissement de 470 M€.
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Old September 25th, 2013, 09:21 PM   #53
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Autoroute de Hammamet M'saken (TUNISIE) par Groupe STUDI, sur Flickr

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Aire de péage d'Enfidha (TUNISIE) par Groupe STUDI, sur Flickr
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Old February 8th, 2014, 03:49 PM   #54
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Le nouveau ministre de l'équipement veut accélérer la cadence

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Tunisie : Priorité au réseau routier
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Le nouveau ministre de l’Equipement, de l’Aménagement du Territoire et du Développement Durable, Hédi Larbi, en fonction depuis un peu plus d’une semaine, a déjà formulé les priorités de son mandat.

Lors d’un dîner-débat organisé hier par l’Association des Tunisiens des Grandes Ecoles (Atuge), le ministre de l’Equipement a déclaré que sa première mission sera de faire avancer le programme des routes, en mettant un plan d’action pour optimiser le système des autoroutes programmées et celles en cours d’exécution. « On est entré dans la phase de pénalisation, non seulement les projets sont arrêtés, mais on paye cher des pénalités pour les retards accusés », a-t-il souligné. La propulsion de l’infrastructure de transport est d’autant plus urgente que plusieurs autres projets d’investissement et d’implantation dans les régions intérieures dépendent de la mise en œuvre d’un réseau routier robuste et viable.


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Google Earth has updated its imagery of Tunisia several times over the past couple of months.

It clearly shows the A1 under construction from Sfax to Gabes. This stretch is 155 kilometers long. Many bridges are already completed, and some stretches are also paved, however, some have only earthworks.

It also shows the A3 extension from Oued Zarga to Bou Salem. So far it shows only two new interchanges, at Beja and Bou Salem. It curves around the reservoir near Oued Zarga. The extension is 70 kilometers long.
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Old June 10th, 2015, 05:09 PM   #56
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Are there any plans to extend the A3 to the Algerian border and eventually connect it with the Algerian A1?
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Yes, that's the plan, but for now it will end at Bou Salem.

Algerian A1 near the Tunisian border has also been delayed. It was originally planned for completion in 2012, but there are still missing links.
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Yes, I have noticed that on Google maps, and as I see it, Tunisia might need to complete the whole of the motorway and create a long motorway stretch from Sfax to the-currently closed-Morrocan border.

However, I have also noticed that the current motorway network of Tunisia does not cover the entirety of the country and it needs some further expansion......but I don't know if there are any funds for such an expansion.....
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There aren't as many large cities in Tunisia. Out of the 10 largest cities (population 85,000 or over) only 2 aren't connected to the motorway network: Kairouan and more distant Gafsa.

I think Tunis could need a good ring road motorway. Though A1 to A4 through Tunis is a free-flow urban expressway.
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There aren't as many large cities in Tunisia. Out of the 10 largest cities (population 85,000 or over) only 2 aren't connected to the motorway network: Kairouan and more distant Gafsa.

I think Tunis could need a good ring road motorway. Though A1 to A4 through Tunis is a free-flow urban expressway.
Yes, indeed.....Tunis needs a good ring road that apart from being able to decongest the city, will also be able to link the two motorways without crossing through the city.....
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