The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Moroccan Motorway Company, la Société Nationale des Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM), signed
The amount will finance the tripling of the Casablanca-Berrechid highway lanes on 25.8 km and the construction of a 31.7 km long bypass of Casablanca.
The project aims to relieve traffic congestion in the Greater Casablanca, improve transport conditions, develop mobility and strengthen road safety.
At the signing ceremony, visiting Vice President of the EIB, Emma Navarro, said Morocco is a “key partner of the European Union and the European investment institution.”
ADM Director General, Anouar Benazzouz, on his part said this project will contribute to the development of the Casablanca metropolis, improve the flow of traffic and strengthen the security of users.
The financing agreement signed is the 10th between the EIB and ADM.
Since 2007, the EIB has invested almost €5 billion in new projects in key sectors of the Moroccan economy, such as urban transport, energy, water
Benefiting from 25% of the bank’s total investment in the region, Morocco is the second-largest recipient of EIB financing from