In the Centre region alone, 11 road projects are in need of 500.6 billion francs for completion. This is according to the Ministry of Public Works.
In its review of road projects in Cameroon for the current year, the Ministry of Public Works states that the rehabilitation of the Yaoundé-Ndoupé bridge road alone (160 km), on the Yaoundé-Douala route, is estimated at FCFA 172 billion. The cost of the Yaoundé-Bonis road (315 km), which links the capital to Bertoua, the main town in the eastern region, is estimated at FCFA 95 billion.
The Ngoumou-Otele-Makak-Eseka road will cost FCFA 58 billion, while the Ngouantet-Mengbwa-Obout-Endom road will require FCFA 36 billion.
According to stopblablacam, the first section of the Yaoundé bypass, 31 km long, is estimated to cost 29 billion francs. It concerns the Nkong-Biyem-Nkoabang axis, while the Minkoameyos-Nkong-Biyem section, 10 km long, will require 9 billion francs.
Other projects are also on the drawing board. These include the rehabilitation of the Yaoundé-Mfou road (F6 billion), the asphalting of the Akono-Mbalmayo axis (F14 billion) and the asphalting of the Lobo-Okola-Obala road (F28 billion).
A total of F 500.6 billion is therefore needed to complete 11 road projects in the Central Region alone. This is according to the Ministry of Public Works. Four bridge projects require 46 billion CFA francs and four ferry crossing projects could cost 95 million CFA francs.