Technical assistance for the Cameroon – Chad railway line feasibility study


The Republic of Cameroon and the Republic of Chad have decided to complete the Douala – N’Djamena corridor by building the railway section linking Ngaoundéré in Cameroon to N’Djamena, the Chadian capital. The integration of the infrastructure networks of the two countries is a vital necessity insofar as it allows for the establishment of common and coherent platforms for different modes of transport.

Transurb’s Mission

Transurb will provide technical assistance for the coordination of the feasibility study for the construction of the railway line.

The scope of Transurb’s services includes assistance to the Technical Management Unit of the project (UTGP) in the administrative, technical and financial tasks as well as the management of the study.

The main purpose of the provided technical assistance is to strengthen the capacities of the two States in the concepts of delegated management of public services and in the analysis and validation of the reports produced by the consultancy firm in charge of the feasibility study.

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