Ceremonial procedures

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The National Rail Transportation Company (French: Société Nationale des Transports Ferroviaires, abbreviated SNTF; Arabic: الشركة الوطنية للنّقل بالسّكك الحديدية‎) — is Algeria’s national railway operator. The SNTF, a state-owned company, currently has a monopoly over Algeria’s network of 3,973 km (2,469 mi), although it is currently utilising only 3,572 km (2,220 mi). Out of the total railway network, 2,888 km (1,795 mi) are 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge (283 km or 176 mi of these are electrified) and 1,085 km (674 mi) are 1,055 mm (3 ft 5+1⁄2 in) narrow gauge (as of 2008).

The history of the railway in Algeria began with the colonization of the country by France. On April 8, 1857, a decree ordered the creation of 1,357 km (843 mi) of railways, beginning with the construction of a standard gauge line from Algiers to Blida, which started on December 12, 1859. The private Compagnie des chemins de fer algériens started working on the line with the help of the French army on July 11, 1860. At the same time, the company obtained permission to create an Oran-Sig line and a Constantine-Skikda line, however due to economic difficulties, only the Algiers-Blida line was finished, and it was subsequently opened to the public on September 8, 1862. Afterwards, 5 other companies started the construction of new lines, these are:

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