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tion 17.2% against 10%. These developments can be explained by the construction of new paved roads, the rehabilitation of paved and dirt roads.
The construction work on the following roads has been completed:
• Djoum-Mintom (NR9), (98 km); • Foumban-Manki (NR6), (40 km);
• Penetrating East of the city of Douala (NR3), (19.2 km);
Housing construction was multiplied this year
• Zoétélé-Nkolyop (DR 34), (30 km);
Besides, as part of the asphalting of the modera- tely trafficked roads, the following batches of a total length of 83 km have been completed:
• Mengong (inter N2) Nkolbityé towards Nselang phase 1 (10 km);
• Nkolanga'a-Nkoabang (inter N10) (10 km); • Melong-Bangem, Phase 1 (26.5 km);
• Bandjoun-Baham-Bangou interchange (18.5 km); • Banekane-Babou-Myamga-Bassamba (18 km).
The Dja loop has been rehabilitated for 75 km, including 54 km for the Nkpwang-Bidjong route and 21 km for Zoétélé-Nkilzock towards Nkolbang. As part of routine maintenance, 1,834.3 km of dirt roads, 619.6 km of paved roads and 2,450 km of rural roads have been developed. In addition, the comfort maintenance of batch 3: Douala-Limbé-Idénau (93 km) has been completed.
As of June 30, 2017, the level of progress of construction works for roads and other structures was as follows:
• Yaoundé-Douala motorway, phase 1 (60 km): 39% execution rate;
• Edéa-Kribi-Lolabe motorway, phase 1, Kribi- Lolabe section (38.5 km): 60.2% implementa- tion rate;
• Western penetrating road to Douala (13.2 km), 81% completed;
There are increasingly asphalted road infrastructures being constructed

















































































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