The Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) was launched by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) to improve the infrastructural network in Gauteng.
The East-West Highway project was launched by Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in March 2007. Costing $11.2bn, it is considered the largest public works project in the world. It is scheduled for completion in 2010.
The Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg is the largest cable-stayed bridge in South Africa. The 284m-long bridge connects two significant business areas: Braamfontein and Newtown. The bridge starts at the end of Jan Smuts Avenue and links Braamfontein at Constitutional Hill and Newtown in the heart of the city.
Addis Adaba Adama (Nazareth) expressway is an under-construction expressway in Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia. It will be first expressway in Ethiopia and East Africa when complete, and also the first toll road in the nation. The new expressway connects the capital city Addis Adaba to Adama (Nazareth).
Nairobi-Thika Superhighway, Kenya   The Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki officially inaugurated the superhighway connecting Nairobi and Thika in November 2012. The superhighway is expected to boost the economy of the East African Zone. The eight-lane highway is 50km long, starting from Nairobi and running up to the outskirts of Thika.…