Sunday, April 09, 2017


Notice to motorists: a 48-hour strike will disrupt traffic on the Kingdom's highways from Sunday to Tuesday

Some motorway employees will be on strike from Sunday 9 April at 14:00 and until Tuesday 11 April at 14:00. The news came in a press release published late Saturday evening. As this strike coincides with the school holiday period, the statement recommends that motorists "avoid traveling during busy hours" and says .... "With the aim of preserving the safety and comfort of road users, Morocco will do everything possible to allow a return from holidays in good driving conditions."

There press release contained no further details.

Morocco's network of Motorways is administered by the state-owned company Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM), which runs the network on a pay-per-use basis, with toll stations placed along its length. The general speed-limit is 120 km/h.


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