Enhanced road infrastructure program bolsters Morocco’s economic capital

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The fundamental infrastructure of Casablanca will benefit from the enhanced road infrastructure program launched by King Mohammed VI.

Enhanced road infrastructure program bolsters Morocco’s economic capital

Enhanced road infrastructure program bolsters Morocco’s economic capital

The program is intended to upgrade roads in Errahma-Dar-Bouâazza Ouled Azzouz. This project aims to support the population and urban growth the Casablanca is currently experiencing, as well as improving the quality of life of its population.

It will be accomplished through an initial public-private partnership. According to the Interior Minister, it will be made by a public company and an economic group made up of 26 real estate developers. The said corporate groups will fund the program to upgrade the roadways Errahma-Dar-Bouâazza Ouled Azzouz worth 400 million dirham.

With almost 55 kilometers, the program of upgrading the roads Errahma-Dar-Bouâazza Ouled Azzouz will contribute to the rehabilitation of Casablanca, through the fulfillment of necessary modern amenities and services in favor of the population of this area. As part of the integrated development of the Grand Casablanca (2015-2020) plan, this new program offers the region with modern infrastructure and facilities to match its status as an economic and financial capital by providing an integrated urban system and position the region as a competitive and attractive area for investment.

The program also provides for the implementation of important infrastructure in the municipalities of Dar Bouaâzza and Ouled Azzouz. It will become a factor for sustainable and coherent socio-economic development of the region as well as improving road safety. It will also allow access to several provincial, regional and national roads, which will improve mobility conditions and traffic, the construction of new hubs and strengthening the public lighting network.

Mohamed Dekkak