Find Transport expertise in Zambia

Improving the national and regional transport infrastructure is a high government priority. In the early 2000s, about 22% of the 91,000-km road network was paved; since then, there has been substantial investment in roads. There are two railway systems, the narrow-gauge Tanzara Railway, running from Zambia to the Tanzanian port of Dar es Salaam in the north-east; and the southerly system to Harare, Zimbabwe, and onwards to the ports of Beira in Mozambique and Durban in South Africa. The international airports are at Lusaka, Livingstone, Ndola and Mfuwe, and there are around 15 private airlines that operate in the country. Transport infrastructure managers include Railway Systems of Zambia (now under private management), the Roads Development Agency and the National Airports Corporation.

Transport Infrastructure organisations in Zambia
Giraffe Bus Services
National Airports Corporation
Railway Systems of Zambia
Roads Development Agency
Walvis Bay Corridor Group
Zambia Skyways
Zambian Airways