Rail transport in Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso is landlocked but the railway to Abidjan provides rail access to a port.
As of June 2014 Sitarail operates a passenger train three times a week along the route from Ouagadougou to Abidjan.
The following towns of Burkina Faso are served by the country's railways:
- Ouagadougou - national capital
- (service suspended)
- Kaya terminus
- (for 3MTpa manganese - 2014)
- Kaya - terminus 
- Dori (approx. 100 km of the extension from Kaya to Dori visible on Google Earth dated 15/2/07)
- Tambao manganese  - near Niger/Mali borders  
- Pan African Minerals to develop the Tambao manganese project at a cost of up to $1 billion. The manganese mine is in the north of Burkina Faso, near the border with Niger and Mali, containing perhaps 100 million tonnes of the metal, used in steel production. The Tamboa project is an integrated project with a mining component and an infrastructure component, notably through the roads, railway and the port...," said Romanian billionaire Frank Timis. The project will happen in the next three years and will require investment of nearly $1 billion." 
- On 31 November 2011, a agreement was signed to build a new international railway connecting Ivory Coast, Burkino Faso, Niger and Benin.
- Rail transport in Ghana; Ghana Railway Corporation
- Transport in Burkina Faso
- West Africa Regional Rail Integration
- European Rail Timetable, Summer 2014 Edition, (journey time is 43 to 48 hours)
- "Railway Gazette: Essential renewals must pave the way for ambitious expansion strategy". Retrieved 2010-10-22.
- "Railway Gazette: News in Brief". Retrieved 2010-10-22.
- "2008-01-01". Retrieved 2010-10-22.
- The Times Atlas of the World 2007 p85
- RailwayAfrica July 2009, p9
- UNHCR Map shows extension to Tambao