KEY MAPS ON CONNECTIVITY
CASA-1000 | Energy
This static map informs users of the CASA-1000 project lines. Users are able to visualize the location of existing 500kV lines and substations (red solid lines), existing 200kV lines and substations (blue solid lines), and planned 500kV lines (red dotted lines).
Source : CASA-1000
SIEPAC Electrical Interconnection System | Energy
Available only in Spanish, this static map informs users of the SIEPAC electrical interconnection system in Latin America. Users are able to obtain on this map the approximate length of connection lines for each member country.
Renewable Energy Institute | Energy
This static map provides a visual presentation of the power interconnection that forms the Northeast Asian Super Grid.
Source : Renewable Energy Institute
Eurasian Research Institute | Energy
This static map by the Eurasian Research Institute informs users of the various interconnected transmission lines in Central Asia. Users are also able to locate railway substations, thermal power plants, hydroelectric power plants and atomic power stations on the map.
Source : Eurasian Research Institute
International Telecommunication Union ; United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific ; Economic Community of West African States | ICT
A joint collaboration by ITU, UNESCAP and ECOWAS, this interactive map enables users to select base layers and overlays to sieve out information on the initiative of interest. From highways to railways to submarine cables, users are able to zoom in on the map to view their names, and understand how they are interconnected.
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific | Transport
This static map shows the Trans-Asian Railway Network and its slightly over 117,500 km of rail routes.
Trans-Eurasian Information Superhighway ; TASIM | ICT
This static map informs users of the route, under the Trans-Eurasian Information Superhighway (TASIM) plan, that will connect the biggest exchange point in Europe (Frankfurt) with the biggest exchange point in Asia (Hong Kong).
Mobily | ICT
This static map of the Regional Cable Network (RCN) informs users of the route that the high-capacity terrestrial fiber network will take from Fujairah (UAE), through Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) and Amman (Jordan), and eventually to Istanbul (Turkey).
Source : Mobily
TEIN*CC | ICT
This static map, created by TEIN*CC, shows how member states in Asia and in Europe are and will be connected digitally under the Trans-Eurasian Information Network (TEIN). Users can also distinguish easily the bandwidth capacity for each connection based on the color coding.
Source : TEIN*CC
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa ; UNECA | Energy
This static map by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) shows users the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) member states.
L'organisation du Corridor Abidjan-Lagos | Trade ; Transport
This static map, created by L'organisation du Corridor Abidjan-Lagos, shows how and where the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor runs.
World Bank Group | Transport ; Trade
Taken from the World Bank report “Reviving Trade Routes – Evidence from the Maputo Corridor”, this static map informs users of the route taken by the Maputo Corridor.
Source : World Bank Group
Trans Kalahari Corridor Secretariat | Trade ; Transport
This static map demonstrates to users the existing trade corridors in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Users can also visualize how ports in SADC are connected to these trade corridors by land.
Source : Trans Kalahari Corridor Secretariat
Americas Quarterly | Trade
This static map informs users of the various regional cooperation initiatives in the Americas region. A total of five initiatives were identified, and users can better understand each initiative through the respective brief descriptions. Users are also able to identify the participating countries for each initiative.
Source : Americas Quarterly
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute | Trade
This static map, created by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, informs users of which are the five member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) as of July 2017.
United Nations Environment Programme ; UNEP | Transport ; Trade ; Energy
This static map, found in the United Nations report “The State of African Cities 2010 – Governance, Inequality and Urban Land Markets”, informs users of the route taken by the North-South Corridor in Africa. Users are able to visualize how the six corridor initiatives in Southern Africa run.
The Economist | Transport ; Trade
This static map, created by The Economist, demonstrates how the River Nile Transport Corridor will run between Lake Victoria and the Mediterranean Sea through River Nile.
Source : The Economist
Parque Comercial De Nacala | Transport ; Trade
This static map by Parque Comercial De Nacala informs users of how the Nacala Corridor will link the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Malawi and Northern Mozambique to the largest natural deepwater port in East Africa – the Port of Nacala.
Source : Parque Comercial De Nacala
Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency | Transport ; Trade
This static map by the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency shows users the respective corridor highways and railways that connect Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Tanzania. It also shows how further regional integration is possible via making improvements in railways and building/upgrading feeder roads.
Asia Pacific Energy Portal | Energy
This static map found in the HAPUA Report to 28th Senior Officials Meeting on Energy in 2010 informs users of the development status of the ASEAN Power Grid Network.
Source : Asia Pacific Energy Portal