The project aims to create a 15.5 km high service bus line (BHNS) in the agglomeration of Agadir, linking the fishing port, located in the north-west of the city, to the city of Tikiouine in the south-east, by crossing several generating poles: dense popular housing areas, the administrative center, the Souk El Had commercial complex, industrial zones, the university pole, the seaside area and the port.
The line named Amalway Trambus is the first axis of the new transport network defined by the Urban Transport Plan of 2014 and one of the first steps of the program for the urban development of Greater Agadir, launched by King Mohamed VI in February 2020, with more than 500 million euros of investments planned.
The project has local impacts (accessibility, reduction of congestion and pollution, urban integration) and global (reduction of greenhouse gas emissions). It will contribute to the development of urban transport and more generally to the development of the Agadir agglomeration. It will offer a better quality of service and a renewed image of public transport,
with a commercial speed of nearly 20 km/h, a frequency of five minutes, and modern and comfortable trains. The stations and interchange hubs will be carefully designed and integrated into the urban environment, and will promote intermodality with other bus lines, large and small cabs, as well as active modes.