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Old May 30th, 2010, 04:43 PM   #21
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I saw the news item, from which this capture is taken from. The highway between Ain Harrouda and the OCP Headquarters (20km) is going to be turned into 3x3, finally!!!

According to 2M construction will start at the end of this year. First they have to widen 5 bridges before they can start on the road itself.

Où as-tu vu ça ? Quel édition ??

Cette capture a été prise d'un reportage qui concerne la formation des chauffeurs de camion.
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Old May 30th, 2010, 06:45 PM   #22
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http://www.2m.ma/Infos/node_3807/201..._8438/12h45-25

I have to correct myself: what they said was that the studies to enlarge the highway are finished and the appels d'offres will be launched the coming weeks. I hope all of this will happen soon, so they can start construction.
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Old May 30th, 2010, 06:53 PM   #23
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I'd like to now, why they talking about this only in the TV and not in the MAP or l'éco website ! it's real, or a dream ?

wake me up (and Macaza too)
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Selon le JT de 2M, pas moins de 120.000 automobilistes empruntent l'autoroute urbaine par jour
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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:01 PM   #25
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I'd like to now, why they talking about this only in the TV and not in the MAP or l'éco website ! it's real, or a dream ?

wake me up (and Macaza too)
Good morning Well, it's sunday, I don't want to wake up

I don't think it's officially yet, it was just a news item about how crowded and inadequate this road is. So we only have the words of those spokesmen that said this.

It will be continued I hope...
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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:09 PM   #26
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Si on veut voir les choses en grand, non seulement il faut passer cette "autoroute" en une 2x3, mais il faudrait aussi penser à "recouvrir" une partie du tronçon (comme ils sont entrain de faire actuellement sur le périphérique de Paris), d'un coté, ça permet de réduire les nuisance et la pollution de la circulation, et d'un autre coté, ça permet de construire en-dessus et de relier le nord au sud de Casablanca qui semble être séparé par cette frontière formée par l'autoroute urbaine.

Couverture du périphérique de Paris



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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:09 PM   #27
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Selon le JT de 2M, pas moins de 120.000 automobilistes empruntent l'autoroute urbaine par jour
Oui, les taxis et bus en font partie! Je passe parfois par labas, c'est un vrai champ de bataille, les gens font n'importe quoi! Pour aller à Rabat ou Mohammedia, il est préférable de passer par l'autoroute de contournement!
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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:13 PM   #28
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Si on veut voir les choses en grand, non seulement il faut passer cette "autoroute" en une 2x3, mais il faudrait aussi penser à "recouvrir" une partie du tronçon (comme ils sont entrain de faire actuellement sur le périphérique de Paris), d'un coté, ça permet de réduire les nuisance et la pollution de la circulation, et d'un autre coté, ça permet de construire en-dessus et de relier le nord au sud de Casablanca qui semble être séparé par cette frontière formée par l'autoroute urbaine.

Couverture du périphérique de Paris

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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:18 PM   #29
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Good morning Well, it's sunday, I don't want to wake up

I don't think it's officially yet, it was just a news item about how crowded and inadequate this road is. So we only have the words of those spokesmen that said this.

It will be continued I hope...


We really need some flyover, undepass and 4x4 because 3x3 it's not enough... i'm afraid for the future of Casablanca with our government, and the ******* idiot Abbas el walou
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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:22 PM   #30
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We really need some flyover, undepass and 4x4 because 3x3 it's not enough... i'm afraid for the future of Casablanca with our government, and the ******* idiot Abbas el walou
do you mean 4x2 or 3x2
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do you mean 4x2 or 3x2
4x4 for me it means 4 lanes for a side and 4 lanes for the other side...
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Old May 30th, 2010, 07:46 PM   #32
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My bad.. I'm the one who used 3x3 first

They want to make it 2x3. Which indeed will not be enough.

4 lanes on each side = 4+4 = 2x4. That would certainly create enough space.

Another possibilty is to make it into 4x2. That way you can seperate traffic that goes out of the city from citytraffic. But that would give more pressure on the lanes on the outiside, maybe no good idea.
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Yep, 2x3 it's not enough it will be better with 2x4, a surelevated highway, some underpass and more bridge
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Old May 30th, 2010, 11:10 PM   #34
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2x3 stupid, it is not enough
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Old May 31st, 2010, 12:16 AM   #35
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Pour avoir pris cette voie-expresse urbaine entre 2005 et 2007, il me semble qu'il y a déjà pas mal de tronçons qui sont déjà à 2x3,...et effectivement je pense aussi qu'une 2x3 compléte ne sera pas suffisant, il faudrait passer à 2x4 direct.
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d'accord avec toi slaoui et j'ai bien peur que ca ne change pas de sitot
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Old June 1st, 2010, 05:29 AM   #37
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Yep, 2x3 it's not enough it will be better with 2x4, a surelevated highway, some underpass and more bridge
+1!!

Casablanca is huge, needs 2x4!
2x3 is for cities about 1 million inhabitants
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Vue de l'échangeur sud pas loin du siège OCP:

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Chouha had l'autoroute urbaine...
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