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Egypt has embarked on a mission to modernise the processes of its transport infrastructures. Thus, many highway projects were launched and some of them have been finished successfully like the highway linking Cairo to Ain Sokhna. In the same way, Egyptian airports are undergoing renovation.
Egypt enjoys a strategic geographical location, having access to both the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. This makes the Egyptian maritime sector the most developed in the whole African continent. Almost 90% of the country’s international trade flow in terms of volume occurs through sea transport.
More than 10% of world trade volume happens through the Suez Canal, which is one of the main source of revenue for the local government. Moreover, under the plan ‘Vision 2030’, the country aims to increase the handling capacity of ports from the current 120 million metric ton to 370 million metric ton by 2030. Major developments include the construction of port terminals by Red Sea Ports Authority and the development of Port Said.
Egypt has a road network of 65,050 km, of which 48,000 km paved and 17,050 km unpaved, with about 18,000 km of highways.
Ports
Information on the ports of Egypt
Airports
List of Egyptian airports
Sea Transport Organisations
Official website of the shipping transport sector in which the web addresses of all the Egyptian port authorities are found
Air Transport Organisations
Civil Aviation website
Road Transport Organisations
The General Authority for Roads, Bridges & Land Transport (in Arabic only)
Rail Transport Organisations
Egyptian national railways' website

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