Transport in the Central African Republic


A rehabilitation project, begun in 1974 and completed ten years later, centered on three highways running north, west, and south from Nola.


There is one international airport at Bangui-Mpoko, two other paved airports, and over 40 with unpaved runways. == Railways == There are presently no railways in the Central African Republic. A line from Cameroon port of Kribi to Bangui was proposed in 2002. == Highways == In 2002, the country had 23,810 km (14,796 mi) of roads, of which only 429 km (267 mi) were paved.

The Republic was also a partner in Air Afrique, before it ceased operations in 2002.


In 2003, there were about 1,850 passenger cars and 1,650 commercial vehicles in use. Total: 23,810 km Paved: 643 km Unpaved: 23,167 km (1999 est.) Major roads include: RN1 (Route Nationale 1) north from Bangui.


It is at the city of Bangui. == Airports == In 2004, there were an estimated 50 airports.


However, only three had paved runways, as of 2005.

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