Context | Corridor Study | Infrastructure | Northern Corridor | Central Corridor
Please Note: this information has been sourced from the East African Corridors website.
The Central Corridor connects the Port of Dar-es-Salaam to markets in Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It also links the East Africa Community (EAC) to a major regional port for overseas trade and connects the EAC partner states and DRC for intra-regional trade and personal mobility. More than 100 million East Africans rely on the Central Corridor as an economic lifeline—learn more about how improvements to the corridor’s seaports and lake ports, as well as its rail and road networks, can save close to half a billion US dollars per year in transport costs.