CAMEROON – TRANSPORT: POOR ROAD CONDITIONS STRAND DOUALA-DSCHANG COMMUTERS

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Travelers on the Douala-Dschang route have been stranded due to severe road deterioration, which has rendered the key transportation corridor nearly impassable. This disruption has caused significant delays and frustration among commuters and businesses relying on the route.

According to reports from the Cameroon News Agency, the road’s poor condition has left many travelers stuck overnight, with little information on when the situation will improve. “We have been here for hours with no clear indication of when the road will be passable again. It’s a major inconvenience,” said one stranded commuter.

The Douala-Dschang route is essential for linking major urban centers with agricultural regions, making its current state particularly problematic for the supply chain and local economies. The disruption has not only affected daily commuters but also hindered the transportation of goods, impacting businesses that depend on this critical infrastructure.

Local authorities have acknowledged the issue and are working to address the road’s condition. However, the timeline for repairs remains uncertain, and commuters are advised to seek alternative routes where possible.

This incident highlights the broader infrastructure challenges facing Cameroon, where many roads require significant repairs and modernization to support the country’s transportation needs and economic growth.

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