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highwayAfrica lags behind the rest of the world in all aspects of infrastructure development, quantity, quality, cost and access. 171,000 kilometers of paved road. As efforts to complete the trans-African highways continue, the quality of existing roads is deteriorating, more than 80 per cent of unpaved roads are only in fair condition and 85 per cent of rural feeder roads are in poor condition and cannot be used during the wet season.

In many countries, roads are concentrated in urban areas or around coastal ports — trade routes established during colonial times for the overseas shipment of commodities. Far fewer roads link neighboring countries in regional networks.

Poor infrastructure makes the costs of transporting goods in Africa among the highest in the world, Building infrastructure is vital to lubricate the wheels of intra-African trade and distribute its benefits regionally

Bad roads, aged vehicles and lax regulations also cost lives.

As moves towards regional integration gain momentum, ways of overcoming Africa’s transport problems are being sought. Building infrastructure involves significant initial outlays of capital and continuous expenditure on maintenance and management. “Most African governments are in no position to provide this on any significant scale

 

The Solution: Infrastructure Development

Public Private Partnerships, or P3, holds the key to building an efficient regional road infrastructure network. ILDC’s infrastructure model encompasses all facets of development, from initial planning, feasibility study to detailed design and construction. The technology it uses has built more than 500km of roads in Chinese provinces and municipalities, and has received acclaims for its economic, social, ecological and environmental benefits.
The technology offers the following:

  • Generates high compressive strength for roads
  • Offers good water stability
  • Offers good frost stability
  • Carries relatively lower cost than traditional road construction
  • Generates energy savings and offers environmental protection
  • Reduces construction time (1 km / 2 days)

The technology saves materials and energy resources compared to traditional road building, thereby lessening the CO2 emissions.

New technology process

  • 1 – Thinning Firming Agent
  • 2 – Mixing
  • 3 – Transportation
  • 4 – Paving
  • 5 – Striking Oil
  • 6 – Pressure Reduction

The difference with time

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The secondary roads

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New generation of high speed train

CONNECTING THE REGIONS, THE COUNTRIES IS GIVING THEM LIFE OUR CHALLENGE : ALLOWING THE FREE CIRCULATION THROUGHOUT THE CONTINENT IT IS NOW POSSIBLE WITH STU TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM THAT CAN SPEED UP TO 500KM/H

STU has the lowest cost among other transportation systems of similar carrying capacity, comfort level and travel speed. Its route is many times (3-10times) cheaper than other known transportation systems which is attributed to its low consumption and no need in construction of elevated roads, bridges, viaducts, overpasses and other high cost structures, lower emissions, lower energy use, minimal land disturbance, lower consumption of construction materials CITY PASSENGER TRANSPORT is optionally automated, elevated track structure protects and preserves the natural environment, low noise and vibrations and safe operations.

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STU city passengers transport

Following are the main competitive advantages and associated benefits of city passenger transport:

  • Financially sustainable development
  • Low initial investment/capital cost – up to five times less capital intensive than the most advanced conventional transportation technologies.
  • Low operating & maintenance costs
  • Unprecedented energy efficiency
  • Fast drawdown of committed funds and short payback period
  • Appreciation in value of the land
  • Auxiliary business opportunities Telco/Fiber Optics
  • Create additional/new market for business/leisure transport
  • Associated highly lucrative real estate development opportunities
  • Ecologically sustainable development
  • Low/None CO2 emissions
  • Low energy consumption
  • Low land requirement
  • Low impact on sensitive urban environment
  • Low noise pollution
  • Significant positive social and economic impact
  • Decreased pressure on existing infrastructure
  • Decreased dependence on imported oil and improved trade balance
  • Cost effective resolution of infrastructure bottle-necks
  • Creation of new employment
  • Time and cost effective means of commuting
  • Decreased accidental deaths/injuries on roads

STU releases the traffic jam in the cities

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The Seventh Key: Transportation
  • Economical solution
  • Quick implementation, even in most inaccessible places
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Minimal land disturbance
  • Ideal for mineral transportation

 

The best way for mineral transportation: fast, non-polluting and economical

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