ROAD

Namibia's road network is regarded as one of the best on the continent; road construction and maintenance adheres to international standards.

The Port of Walvis Bay is served with road connections as follows:

Trans Kalahari Corridor

A tarred road links the Port of Walvis Bay with Botswana and Gauteng, South Africa and stretches over 1, 900 km.

 

Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Development Corridor 

A tarred road links the Port of Walvis Bay with Zambia and the DRC and stretches over 2650 km. The Katima Mulilo Bridge which links Namibia to Zambia, can accommodate over 60 tons.

 

Trans-Cunene Corridor

The road links the Port of Walvis Bay with Lubango and Luanda in Angola and stretches over 1, 600 km.

 

RAIL 

Railways in Namibia are operated by TransNamibTotal track: 2,382 km Total narrow gauge track: 2,382 km 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge; single track (2002, 1995)

The Port of Walvis Bay is served with rail connections as follows:

Trans Kalahari Corridor

The railway line is connected from the Port of Walvis Bay to Gobabis, via Windhoek and stretches over a distance of 644 km, where transshipment facilities are available, and then continues from Lobatse in Botswana.

 

Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Development Corridor

The railway line is connected from the Port of Walvis Bay to Grootfontein and stretches over a distance of 626 km, where transshipment facilities are available, and then continues in Livingstone, Zambia.

 

Trans-Cunene Corridor

The railway line is connected from the Port of Walvis Bay to Oshikango and stretches over a distance of 965 km.