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ReportsnReports tracking 448 large-scale transport projects (road, rail and bridges) across Africa at all stages of development from announcement to execution with a total investment value of US$430.3 billion. Nigeria, with 49 projects, has the highest number of transport projects in the project pipeline, amounting to US$48.3 billion, while Egypt, with 20 transport projects, has the highest value in the pipeline, amounting to US$52.9 billion
Economic growth in the Africa region remains high, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), which has some of the fastest growing economies in the world. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and African Development Bank (AfDB) have both predicted that Africa’s overall growth will improve in 2019 and 2020. However, the region’s growth prospects continue to be constrained by a lack of infrastructure to support the expansion in trade, both within the region and externally. Closing the infrastructure quantity and quality gap relative to the best performers in the world could increase growth of GDP per capita by 2.6% per year. Potential growth benefits would come from closing the gap in the transport sector.
ReportsnReports tracking 448 large-scale transport projects (road, rail and bridges) across Africa at all stages of development, from announcement to execution, with a total investment value of US$430.3 billion. Nigeria, with 49 projects, has the highest number of transport projects in the project pipeline, amounting to US$48.3 billion, while Egypt, with 20 transport projects, has the highest value in the pipeline, amounting to US$52.9 billion, followed by Algeria (30 projects valued at US$37.9 billion), Kenya (27 projects valued at US$31.8 billion), Tunisia (nine projects valued at US$21.2 billion) and Tanzania (20 projects valued at US$16.7 billion). Investment rates in transport infrastructure have been increasing, thanks to major continental initiatives such as Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) for mobilizing resources to transform Africa through modern infrastructure.
When completed in their entirety, the tracked projects will total over 110,000km in length (54,110km for roads, 55,345km for railway and 599km for bridges) of which 75,297km will be newly constructed, 29,197km will be upgraded and 5,561km will have an element of both construction and upgrade, crisscrossing the African continent.
Across the region, governments have paved the way for public private partnerships (PPPs) to fund a large proportion of projects in the pipeline. In total, 52.4% of the total project pipeline by value is being publicly driven by African governments allocating funds for constructing new roads and repairing existing ones, whereas 33.3% of the total project pipeline is funded by various joint financing arrangements between the public and private sector. China has made numerous investments across Africa to support its need for resources becoming a major financier of key transport projects in the region. At least five African countries have had their railway systems funded by China: Kenya, Ethiopia, Angola, Djibouti and Nigeria.
Based on the pipeline of projects tracked by ReportsnReports, Chinese contractors are involved in road and railway projects that account for 21.3% of the overall project pipeline value. Other main foreign contractors are headquartered in France (accounting for 17.7%), Turkey (accounting for 8.2%) and the UK (accounting for 3.4%). Through various subsidiaries, the China Railway Construction Corporation Ltd holds a leading position in terms of Chinese involvement in the project pipeline. In total, the company has been or remains involved in projects that have a total construction value of close to US$47.3 billion; it is followed by Power Construction Corporation of China (US$12.18 billion) and China Communications Construction Corporation (US$9.4 billion).
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Gain insight into the key transport construction projects in Africa by construction sector (road, bridges, and railway), and stage, Assess the current situation of road and railway in Africa and construction investment in those sectors and financing methods. , Understand the main trends driving overall construction growth, Identify top projects by sector, leading contractors and development stage to better understand the competitive environment and inform your expansion strategy.
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Scope of African Transport Networks Market Report:
This report focuses on the transport sector in Africa, particularly road and railway, their current scenario and the vast potential for development as well as sizeable construction project pipelines.
Table of contents for African Transport Networks Market:
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- AFRICA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INFRASTRUCTURE INADEQUACY
- CURRENT STATE OF ROAD AND RAIL TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IN AFRICA
- INVESTMENT IN AFRICA’S TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
4.1. Development of transport corridors in Africa
- MAIN CONTRACTORS IN AFRICAS INFRASTRUCTURE
5.1. Key Operators
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6.4. Contact Us
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