Feeder links from Chad to the Trans-African Highway
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
United Nations. Economic and Social Council;
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At the meeting on feeder links to the Trans - African Highway held in Addis Ababa from 12 to 13 September 1972, the representative of Chad expressed the hope of his Government that once the Highway reached Damara (Central African Republic), a branch road would be constructed through the Central African Republic as far as Sido and from there to Sarh Koumra, Doba Moundou (in Chad), Ngaoundere and Banyan (in Cameroon). He also suggested that consideration should be given to the 548 km forty-lamy-Guelegdeng- Bousso –Sarh road and to the road forty- Lamy-Guelengdeng- Bougor –Lai –Daba Gore (6O5 Km. in all) continuing on through Bossembele, Sarh, Abeche and André.