Fourteen stations and 57 kilometres in just 45 minutes, with service every 15 minutes, is the promise of the future regional express rail TER line which will link the Dakar city centre with the new Blaise Diagne International Airport (AIBD) by 2019, expecting to serve about 115,000 passengers per day. The Dakar TER project is divided into two phases. Phase 1 covers the development and widening of the existing infrastructure between Dakar and the Diamniadio station of 36 km length. Phase 2 consists in the construction of a new 19-km-long line between Diamniadio station and the AIBD airport. Terre Armée France signed up to the project in 2017. Client Eiffage trusted TAF with taking charge of the study, design, supply, technical assistance and formwork provision for 12 Reinforced Earth® access ramps. In total, 17,000 m² of access ramps were built, all made from 3 X 1.5 metre rectangular TerraPlus® panels and GeoStrap®5 reinforcements. Kick-started in 2016, this project is part of the “Emerging Senegal plan” launched by the President of the Republic and the Senegalese government in 2014 for the economic and social development of the country. The aim is to relieve congestion in Dakar, a conurbation of almost three million people facing traffic issues due to daily traffic jams.