Iringa is a transport hub, well served by international, national and local transportation road networks.
International Transportation Road Networks
There is two International Road Networks that passes through Iringa town. The TANZAM is a 921 km highway that links the port city of Dar es Salaam to the land-locked countries of Zambia and Malawi. The road links important national and international tourist destinations located along the TANZAM corridor, including Mikumi National Park, Udzungwa Mountain Forest and Game Park and Ruaha National Park.
The Second International road network is The Pan-African Highway (Cairo-Cape Town Highway, Trans – African Highway 4). This is the intercontinental road network being developed by United National Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), the African Development Bank (ADB), and the African Union as part of the Trans-African Highway network. It is a 10 228 km long highway connecting Egypt with Cape Town in South Africa, along with Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan. This is the African Corridor!