Program Highlights

•      East & Central Africa transport development plans and forecasts
•      Project opportunities in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Burundi, Mozambique, Zambia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, CAR, Congo, Gabon and more
•      Key economic drivers in agricultural, mining, textile and manufacturing investment areas and its impact on transport planning and capacity building
•      Asset management of roads and rail structures
•      Is public private partnership (PPP) a viable option for the development of land transport sector in Africa?
•      How the guarantee of government long-term policy stability and revenue certainty is driving the institutional investors to invest in infrastructure assets
•      Latest updates on the major cross countries rail project between Mombasa at Kenya and Kigali at Rwanda.
•      Roads and railway rehabilitation programs and new projects that are in the pipeline
•      Risk allocation between the states and the concessionaire in the various phases of rail project
•      Standard gauge for rail systems in the East Africa region
•      Prolong the life span of road infrastructure to enhance land transport efficiency at minimal maintenance cost
•      The intermodal value chain opportunities to drive social and economic development in Africa
•      Case study on Addis Ababa Light Rail Transit (LRT), the first mass transit system at Ethiopia
•      Assessing technical and rail safety: the rolling stock and licensing, rail safety regulations and soil-rail communication systems
•      Streamlining customs procedures and allowing users of the rail and road services to fully benefit from the improved infrastructure
•      Environmental matters impacting the sustainability of transportation networks
•      Structuring concession agreements for roads and rail projects
•      New technologies and innovations for proper roads and rail maintenance
•      Case study of a Tanzania's inland container terminal and associate transport infrastructure development
•      New traffic management, transport systems and operations for African land transportation
•      Ethiopia Case study: combating Infrastructure deficit and the high cost of logistics with 5000km railway lines by 2020
•      Utilising technology to facilitate corridor management
•      Case study of a Tanzania's inland container terminal and port development at Kisarawe and associate roads and railway line as well as facilities development
•      Addressing the impact of inadequate infrastructure with feasible rural transport building and development strategies