Performance at the service of sustainable mobility

According to the report World Economic Forum "WEF" in its 2017-2018 edition, the Moroccan rail network is ranked leader at the Arab-African level in terms of competitiveness and quality. This is evidenced by the constant evolution over the years of the various technical, economic, commercial and financial indicators.

  • Rail network and rolling stock

    Rail network and rolling stock

  • Passenger transport

    Passenger transport

  • Freight and logistics transport

    Freight and logistics transport

  • Human capital

    Human capital

  • Investment

    Investment

  • Progress on structuring projects

    Progress on structuring projects

  • Sustainable development

    Sustainable development

   3815 km 

  of railroad tracks

   2295 km

   of lines

 137 railroad

 stations

   230 locomotives 

   on the network

 49 self propelled

 stock

   585 passenger

   wagons 

 5 498 merchandise

 carriages

   64 % of lines

   electrified

  35 million  

  passengers

  204 trains 

  a day

  105 609 seats 

  available/day 

  585   

  coach

  49 self propelled

  stock

  585 passenger

  wagons

 

 27 million 

tons transported

 334 000 cars  

 transported

 80 000 tons  

 transported daily  

 5 498 merchandise

 carriages

 80 trains

 on railroads daily

 35 products 

 transported*

 185 major 

 clients

 70 % of traffic 

 from and to ports*

*2017

  7 761  employees

  working for customers

  90 % of employees

  working in the field*

  466 new recruits 

  per year

  14.3 % supervision

  rate

  67 592 days 

  of training*

  4 345 families

 enjoying summer holiday centers

  902 children  

 enjoying holiday camps

  6 % equivalent 

  of salary total reserved for training

  

*2017

   6,3 billion MAD

   invested

   2,6 billion MAD

   set aside for the Tangier-Casablanca HSR

   3,7 billion MAD

   invested in projects to modernize the network

   90 % share

   of national suppliers

  96 % HSR 

  Casablanca-Tangier*

 95 % tripling 

Kenitra-Casablanca*

  85 % doubling completed

 Casablanca-Marrakesh*

 74 % railroad

 stations*

  96 % renewal

  of the fleet*

 86 % unsaturation 

 the casa railway junction*

*Figures 2017

  0,41 % share of ONCF 

  of overall greenhouse gas emissions in Morocco

 2,48 % share of ONCF 

 of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector

  -3,5 % in greenhouse gas

  emissions in 1 year*

 -10 % in greenhouse gas

 in 2020

   2,5 billion MAD 

  boost to the community through rail transportation*

 -20 % energy consumption 

 in 2020 

*2017

* Key figures 2017