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Old January 8th, 2009, 02:36 PM   #41
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Old January 8th, 2009, 08:15 PM   #42
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Kharim Ghellab is doing a good job,all due respect
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Old January 8th, 2009, 09:18 PM   #43
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I got to say that highways in morocco are looking very good
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Kharim Ghellab is doing a good job,all due respect
If he could only find some way to keep pedestrians off the autoroute.
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Old January 8th, 2009, 11:28 PM   #45
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Kharim Ghellab is doing a good job,all due respect
we need more young ministers they want to build the country
and are less corrupted
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Old January 9th, 2009, 12:00 AM   #46
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we need more young ministers they want to build the country
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+1 i''m totaly agree !
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Old January 9th, 2009, 04:26 PM   #47
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If he could only find some way to keep pedestrians off the autoroute.
Well, they have been building pedestrian bridges the last 2 years. Last year i actually drove 800km on the Moroccan highways - during summer, and i havent seen 1 pedestrian crossing the highway. I only saw the highway maintenance guys working to improve the conditions of the vegetation.
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Old January 10th, 2009, 04:17 AM   #48
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Well, they have been building pedestrian bridges the last 2 years. Last year i actually drove 800km on the Moroccan highways - during summer, and i havent seen 1 pedestrian crossing the highway. I only saw the highway maintenance guys working to improve the conditions of the vegetation.
800 kms? Almost all of it then? Well last summer I almost hit two guys running over the road just north of Moulay Bousselham at night, and 200 meters down stood the gendarmes not able to see anything of it. But it may be true what you say, less and less pedestrians are crossing the carriageways.
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Old January 10th, 2009, 10:54 AM   #49
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800 kms? Almost all of it then? Well last summer I almost hit two guys running over the road just north of Moulay Bousselham at night, and 200 meters down stood the gendarmes not able to see anything of it. But it may be true what you say, less and less pedestrians are crossing the carriageways.
Pretty much all of it yes. But i have to admit, i didnt drive at night.
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Old January 10th, 2009, 12:18 PM   #50
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Not recommended, at least not the A1 between Kenitra and Larache. It becomes incredibly foggy. The only part of the network where I haven't seen any people on the road for the last few years is the A3. But that comes naturally as there's so much traffic it becomes impossible to cross.
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Old February 8th, 2009, 02:23 AM   #51
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Autoroutes : de nouveaux échangeurs

Parallèlement aux travaux qui se poursuivent sur les tronçons Fès-Oujda et Marrakech-Agadir, la Société des autoroutes du Maroc s’apprête à lancer, pour 2009, les travaux de nouveaux échangeurs sur les axes Rabat-Kénitra, Rabat-Fès et Settat-Marrakech. Des sources bien informées indiquent également le lancement d’une réflexion pour la réalisation d’une nouvelle voie de contournement pour la ville de Rabat.

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Old April 26th, 2009, 01:25 PM   #52
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Old April 26th, 2009, 03:11 PM   #53
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Maybe they could build a shortcut from the new Rabat bypass to the A2 and make a new entrance to Rabat from the east? I think it would be economically profitable in the long run, just as profitable as a Tit Mellil-Berrechid direct route.
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Old April 26th, 2009, 04:08 PM   #54
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GET RID OF THE MINISTERS / AUTHORITIES THAT ARE OVER AGE 45 !!!! PLEASE !
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Old April 29th, 2009, 03:21 AM   #55
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- Finished Roads and Roads UC

Guys here are the roads that are already in use, i found them in wikipedia(hope that they are true): (in dutch)

It says that on this moment the total highway road network is 2360 km long, in the future when al the highways are completed, the highway road network shall be 4600 km

Finished and in use:

A1 van Rabat naar Tanger (223 km)
A2 van Rabat naar Fez (207 km)
A3 van Casablanca naar Rabat (65 km)
A5 rondweg Casablanca (37 km)
A7 van Casablanca naar Agadir
Casablanca - Marrakesh (219 km).
Settat - Tanger (600 km).
Rabat - Kenitra (35 km).
Kenitra - Larache (110 km).
Larache - Tanger (73 km).
Casablanca - Settat (57 km).
Casablanca - Had Soualem (23 km).
Marrakesh - Tamnsourt (15 km).
Casablanca - Meknes (300 km).
Had Soualem - El Jadida (63 km).
Tanger - Tétouan (110 km).
Casablanca - El Jadida (79 km).
Settat - Marrakesh(145 km).

Under construction:

Fes-Oujda (320 km)
Tétouan-Fnideq (28 km)
Oued Rmel knooppunt (54 km)
Marrakesh-Agadir (232 km)
Beni Mellal -Fès (270 km)
Tétouan - Fès (180 km)
El Jadida - Safi (135 km)
Safi- Essaouira (130 km)
Fès – Taza (112 km)
Taza – Taourirt (108 km)
Taourirt – Oujda (108 km)

Is this by the way correct, is this including the one sided ways? I dont know...
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Old April 29th, 2009, 09:03 AM   #56
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Guys here are the roads that are already in use, i found them in wikipedia(hope that they are true): (in dutch)

It says that on this moment the total highway road network is 2360 km long, in the future when al the highways are completed, the highway road network shall be 4600 km

Finished and in use:

A1 van Rabat naar Tanger (223 km)
A2 van Rabat naar Fez (207 km)
A3 van Casablanca naar Rabat (65 km)
A5 rondweg Casablanca (37 km)
A7 van Casablanca naar Agadir
Casablanca - Marrakesh (219 km).
Settat - Tanger (600 km).
Rabat - Kenitra (35 km).
Kenitra - Larache (110 km).
Larache - Tanger (73 km).
Casablanca - Settat (57 km).
Casablanca - Had Soualem (23 km).
Marrakesh - Tamnsourt (15 km).
Casablanca - Meknes (300 km).
Had Soualem - El Jadida (63 km).
Tanger - Tétouan (110 km).
Casablanca - El Jadida (79 km).
Settat - Marrakesh(145 km).

Under construction:

Fes-Oujda (320 km)
Tétouan-Fnideq (28 km)
Oued Rmel knooppunt (54 km)
Marrakesh-Agadir (232 km)
Beni Mellal -Fès (270 km)
Tétouan - Fès (180 km)
El Jadida - Safi (135 km)
Safi- Essaouira (130 km)
Fès – Taza (112 km)
Taza – Taourirt (108 km)
Taourirt – Oujda (108 km)

Is this by the way correct, is this including the one sided ways? I dont know...
Those look like highways only For example there is already an express way between Tetouan and Fnideq.
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Old April 29th, 2009, 10:11 AM   #57
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Tu as repeté plusieurs Autoroute,ce n'est pas exacte ce que tu as posté,je vous prie de vouloir coriger les erreurs,Merci
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Old April 29th, 2009, 10:12 AM   #58
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Exp: de Rabat a Fez inclu le trame Rabat -Meknes
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Old April 29th, 2009, 09:56 PM   #59
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Tetouan - Fnideq is in use, and so is the Autoroute between N2 and Port Tanger-Med
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Old May 3rd, 2009, 11:56 PM   #60
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Evolution des recettes de péage et du trafic

L’année 2008 a été marquée par l’inauguration de la section Tanger-Port Tanger Med par Sa Majesté Le Roi Mohammed VI le 25 mars 2008 ainsi que par la mise en exploitation de la section M’Diq- F’nideq le 21 juillet 2008. Durant cette année, le trafic et la recette ont évolué respectivement de 12,7% et de 17,2% par rapport à l’année 2007.

La mise en service des nouvelles sections précitées, la variation de la structure du trafic par catégorie de véhicule ainsi que la variation de la matrice origine-destination expliquent la différence relativement importante entre l’évolution du trafic et celle de la recette. En effet, sur réseau stable, les évolutions de la circulation et de la recette entre 2008 et 2007 n’ont été respectivement que de 9,9% et de 10,1%.





http://www.adm.co.ma/key_exploitation.cfm

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