The Liberian government intends to heavily invest in its infrastructure
The abundance of rivers in Liberia make transport companies that Operate fleets of mixed trucks and heavy-duty equipment (eg. refrigerated, tippers, tankers) that meet international safety standards, a strong business opportunity in the country
2 international airports (Roberts International Airport and the Spriggs Payne Airport)
580 kilometers of coastline suitable for water transport
11,500+ kms of road and the government seeks to significantly increase this by 2023
4 active seaports, the Freeport of Monrovia, Port of Buchanan, Port of Harper and the Port of Greenville.
The government seeks to upgrade the port of Monrovia to and use it as a transport hub with Guinea and other ECOWAS countries.
The Government of Liberia plans to establish a Rail Authority to manage the expansion of existing rail infrastructure and develop new ones to increase movement of people and freight.
Source: Wavteq based on National Investment Commission, USAID, Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development, Construction Review Online, Airport Technology