In fulfillment of its promise to improve accessibility to major centres of population, production and tourism the 4.6-kilometre Tetteh-Quarshie ? Atomic Junction highway in Accra, one of ?the gang of six? roads in the capital is scheduled to be completed in the next three months.


This was revealed when the President, John Mahama inspected on-going works last Monday.

President Mahama gave the assurance of his government?s commitment to maintain and construct new roads that would become strategic throughout the country.

The President Mahama led administration has prioritized roads in his development agenda, and plans to also work on all feeder roads that would facilitate the movement of goods and foodstuff from farming communities to the marketing centres.

President Mahama urged the contractors working on the GIMPA- Agbogba road to expedite action to completely rid the roads of heavy and unnecessary traffic.

On foot bridges, President Mahama appealed to the contractors to come out with ones that were friendly and easy to use, in order to avoid spending heavily on long foot bridges that would not be utilized at the end.

He also appealed to drivers and pedestrians to be cautious in their movements to avoid accidents


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