Infrastructure development is a key driver of progress across the African continent and a critical enabler for productivity and sustainable economic growth. Countries like Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and Ghana have allocated large chunks of their annual national expenditures to key infrastructural sectors like transport, energy and housing.

Hence, with an overall of 391 road projects in the pipeline valued at US$467.6 billion, Africa represents one of the most vivid and fast growing continent in the infrastructure development scenario.

The urgency of the main African governments to improve the land transportation derives from the high costs of transportation affecting the continent as a result of poor infrastructure. In fact, not only this is on average 50-175% higher than other parts of the world due to roads’ bad conditions and efficiency, but also bureaucracy results to be complicated and excessive.

Join us at the Roads, Bridges & Highways Africa conference taking place from 25-26 June 2019 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This event offers you the possibility to understand the current situation of some of the most relevant projects currently occurring within the transportation industry. Thus, to understand the economical, political and environmental effects that these implementations have.

Why you should attend the Roads,
Bridges & Highways Africa?


Learn about the latest developments for the largest project Africa has harboured for nearly half a century (The Trans-African Highway) and its effect on the overall economy


Understand the economic potential of roads, bridges and highways implementation, expansion and modernisation accounting for $19 billion


Understand how the simplification of border controls can give a 52% boost to trade on the continent to US$ 35 billion in the next five years, while reducing transportation costs and time


Discuss with the key stakeholders on an integrated multi-modal approach and new opportunities for the PPP


Be the first one to obtain updates on China’s One Belt One Road project and the new opportunities within the continent


Understand how the implementation of new technologies can improve transportation, roads, bridges and highways’ efficiency, security and safety

Who should attend?

  •  Minister
  •  Deputy Ministers
  •  Director General
  •  Chief Executive Officers

Heads of:

  •  PPP Section
  •  Planing & Execution
  •  Design & Construction
  •  Safety
  •  Manager Procurement


  •  Transport Ministries
  •  Road Authorities
  •  Consultants
  •  Contractors
  •  Development Banks
  •  Corridor Groups
  •  Road Fund Authorities

And providers of

  •  Intelligent Transport Systems(ITS)
  •  Traffic safety systems and traffic lighting
  •  Thermo plastic paints and road markings
  •  Road maintenence and repair
  •  Traffic management solutions
  •  Asphalt, bitumen and binders
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