Contractors have resumed work on Eastern Corridor road – Roads Minister

General Information of Friday, 17 January 2020


Roads and Highways Minister, Kwesi Amoako Atta and Highways , Kwesi Amoako Atta

Customers of the Japanese Corridor highway will soon see a facelift on that extend.

This is according to the Roadways and Highways Minister, Kwesi Amoako Atta who unveiled that have resumed get the job done on the Corridor road.

People and commuters have been attractive to the federal government to resume get the job done on the deplorable roadways which they say is negatively affecting them.

Talking on the final working day of the Outcomes Fair, the Sector Minister explained the completion of the street would shorten the time end users will devote on it.

“I am joyful to announce that as we talk, the Jap Corridor road which has been neglected for a really long time. About six or seven contractors are on it performing on that stretch of road and it is quite vital since it inbound links the south to the north,” he said.

Getting the shortest route involving the Southern sector and the Northern sector of the country, the 965-kilometre Eastern Corridor Highway backlinks 5 areas the Bigger Accra, Eastern, Ashanti, Volta, and Higher East areas.

The minister has in the previous promised that the Eastern Corridor street will be all set by the close of 2020.

Earlier information from the governing administration indicated that COCOBOD was funding the Have-Hohoe Tons 1&2 (51.3km), and Hohoe -Jasikan (32km) stretches of the highway.

Do the job on these sections run into troubles when payments by COCOBOD had been suspended.

The Dodo Pepesu-Nkwanta area was becoming funded by an EU financial loan of a small about 320 million euros.

The Sinohydro facility is also masking areas that have yet to see any get the job done on stretches spanning Have to Hohoe and the 168km segment from Oti-Damanko to Gbinitri.

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