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The Abidjan-Lagos Corridor forms the first phase of the Dakar-Lagos Trans-West African Coastal Corridor (Trans-Africa Highway Number 7), which is planned to link West Africa to Central and Eastern Africa (Dakar-Lagos-Yaounde-Bangui-Kampala-Nairobi to Mombassa. The Dakar-Abidjan-Lagos Corridor is a key priority project under the trans-African highway of the ECOWAS region, whose development is part of the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA). The Abidjan-Lagos section is located on the eastern-west coastal axis of the West African Region and covers five (5) ECOWAS Member Countries, namely Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria. It covers approximately 1, 080 kilometers and has eight (8) border crossing points (four country-pair land borders). The current alignment of the corridor crosses all the major economic centers and capital cities of the five Member Countries from "Place de la République" in Abidjan and ends at Mile 2 (Eric Moore) in Lagos.