Alfredo March 11, 2014 at 1:38 am

The ways of iron of Moambique Centro (CFM-C) respectively explored the port of the Side and the railway lines of Machipanda and Sena binding the Zimbabwe and the Malawi; the ways of iron of Moambique Zambzia (CFM-Z) explored the ports of Quelimane, Chinde and Pemba in the railway line of Quelimane the Mocuba in the Northeast direction. In this corridor a total of 994km of railroads exists of which, 317km is operational and that it corresponds 32% and 677km is not operational. Of 190km of railroads of the CFM-Z none of them this operational one. 2,3 WAYS OF MOAMBIQUE IRON NORTH (MOAMBIQUE LINE) As Alfredo de Lima (1971) the line of Moambique was to nominated carry substance cousin from the north of Moambique of the rich province of Nampula. This railway line of Nacala the Between-Lakes is even extended next to border with Malawi stops beyond the branch for Lichinga in the direction This-West; the way of iron of Moambique north (CFM-N) explored the ports of Nacala, Pemba, Angoche and Mocimboa of the Beach. The country nominated has three main ports and its important railway lines bind that it to the countries of hinterland: port of Maputo, the Side and port of Nacala.

In this corridor, a total of 914km of railroads exists 872km is operational and that it corresponds 95% and 42km is not operational. 3. TRACING OF the NET OF the TERRESTRIAL TRANSPORTS IN MOAMBIQUE According to Antnio Soup (1999-2006), after years of the creation of the Ways of Iron of Moambique, had been servant new services of camionagem of automobile, in 18 of January of 1930 for initiative of the C.F.M? s. what aimed at to answer the difficulties that the C.F.M? s. they lived. These transports beyond satisfying the necessities of the C.F.M? s., also offered to fast, safe and economic transport that was determinative for the agricultural development and foments of the commerce, bringing of the interior for railroad stations the products destined to the supplying of local markets and exportation by sea, substituting the railroad transport successfully when the traffic was not enough to justify it.

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