Djerba , is, at 514 square kilometres (198 sq mi), the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabès,[1] off the coast of Tunisia.



The Tunisian National Railway Company is a non-administrative public enterprise. It is endowed with civil personality and financial autonomy. It is reputed merchant in its relations with third parties is placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Transport.

The National Society of Tunisian Railways is responsible for:

To manage the various assets placed at its disposal by the State in the form of a concession.
Operate rail passenger and freight services on the national rail network
The National Company of the Tunisian Railways ensures in good conditions of safety, quality and delay, the transport of:

11 million tons of goods; Including more than 8 million tonnes of phosphate
40 million passengers; Including more than 5.5 million long-distance passengers
This passenger and freight traffic covers almost the entire territory of the country on a 2165 km long rail network comprising 267 stations, stations, stops and 5 road-rail links:

Gabès – Zarzis: with a total length of 177 km.
Gabès – Djerba: a total length of 125 km.
Gabes – Tataouine: with a total length of 136 km.
Gabès – BenGuerdenne: with a total length of 150 km.
Gabès – Douz: with a total length of 149 km.
All of its activities are carried out by 5 transport units:

Passenger transport Grandes Lignes: inter-city transport.
The passenger transport Suburb of Tunis: Tunis – Borj Cedria.
Passenger transport Sahel suburbs: Sousse Bab Jedid – Monastir – Mahdia
Phosphate transport.
Freight transport

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