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                 quest for a sector of Transport more efficient ser- ving the general-purpose. In this respect, there many objectives.
Thus, in the maritime and port sub-sector, the following is envisaged, with regard to the Port of Kribi:
• An effective and intensive start of operation of the port platform;
• The start of extension work planned for Phase 2 of the Port;
• Intensification of the Port's promotion activities; • The start of the construction project for a 3-sto-
rey building for office use;
• The completion of the first leg of the adjoining industrial, commercial and logistical zone deve- lopment to house the first occupants.
Concerning the Port of Douala, it will be a ques- tion of: continuing the negotiations initiated for the normalization for the operation of the Container Terminal and the Wood Park; building the waterways; rebuilding the Duke of Alva oil tanker; removing maritime wrecks; dredging the feet of wharf, docks and water surfaces; electri- fying of the port.
The deep sea port of Limbe is not left out. The Government has decided, with a view to spee- ding up the process, to take over the project by updating, through the National Port Authority (NPA), the feasibility study of the Port. In the same vein, the NAP is also considering:
• A restitution of the implementation of the recom- mendations by the development study of the coast protection master plan;
• The continuation of the programme to update Cameroon's port facilities subject to the ISPS code;
• The development of the national port security policy;
• The updating the framework of the Transfer Schemes for commercial and industrial port acti- vities to the private sector;
• The development of a tariff collection for port services;
• The intensification of technical cooperation with maritime and port sector organizations.
The National Council of Loaders of Cameroon (CNCC) intends to complete the construction of the centre of life of the Dibamba, allowing for a better organization of the activity of road trans- port and cargo security.
With regard to road transport, it is envisaged to continue to take strong action in the fight against traffic-related crime. This will require: the perma- nent deployment of five (05) tow trucks for the removal of abandoned, broken or poorly parked obstacles; the further improvement of the system for the obtaining and issuing of a driving licence; the operationalization of fixed speed cameras on the Yaoundé-Douala road.
For the railway subsector, it is planned to:
• Implement the presidential directives following the conclusions of the Railway Investigation Commission on the accident that took place in Eséka;
• Rehabilitate and modernize railway infrastructure;
• Continue the remobilization of passenger, freight, productivity, human resources and moder- nization of equipment activities;
• Relaunch the passenger service activity by pur- chasing new rolling stock;
• Carry out feasibility studies for the Ngaoundéré-N'Djamena rail link;
With regard to meteorology, it is planned to:
• Continue to densify the national meteorological network;
• Increase the training offer resulting from the partnership between the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Higher Education for the trai- ning of meteorologists in the National Polytechnic Higher Schools of Yaoundé and Maroua n
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