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Why is lake road still bad no watering of the road
THE INHABITANTS OF KUNSU ARE SUFFERING DUE TO THE STALLED MANKRANSO- TEPA ROAD CONSTRUCTION.
Hon. Minister, the Mankranso - Tepa road project has stalled leaving inhabitants residing on that stretch in a very precarious condition; please your assistance is much needed.
Hon. Minister, the Mankranso-Tepa Highway project has stalled putting inhabitants on the stretch in a very precarious condition.
COMMISSIONING OF THE FIRST PHASE OF THE OBETSEBI INTERCHANGE IN PICTURES
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Ministry of Roads and Highways please fix the street lights on our roads!!!

I witnessed a horrific incident yesternight. A car knocked someone opposite Total filling station around broadcasting house. Sad thing is, the place is so dark the other cars didn't see the victim and two more cars run him over! 😭😭😭😭😭 The shrill cry of the man and the crackling sound of broken bones when the second car run over him was heart-wrenching. 😭😭😭 😭😭😭 We nearly became the 3rd car! This life could have been saved!!!!
State of the road at #Kasoa_Brigade in the Ga south municipality. Government should please do something about this cos it’s very pathetic when it rains.

Year of Roads we want action
I sometimes wonder if Gomoa West is part of the country
Pls ministry of road and highways, yes you have touch the Kwame Danso Atebubu road but clearly there is no sign of progression, what is really accounting for that, are we still going to be deceive like it happens a very year?

The Ministry of Roads and Highways (MRH) exists to formulate policies, coordinate sector performance, monitor and evaluate Road Infrastructure development and maintenance and Road Maintenance Financing.

Operating as usual

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 03/11/2021

The Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, Hon Stephen P. Jalulah, has reiterated the government’s commitment to work with all stakeholders towards the attainment of effective integration in the transport sector and to improve the transportation system in the country.

Speaking at this year’s Transport Sector Review Conference in Kumasi, Hon Jalulah said the forum presents an opportunity for stakeholders to dialogue and build synergies towards achieving the government’s vision for the transport

“My Ministry appreciates the major developments in the other sub-sectors and the impact they have had on the road sub-sector and the transport sector in general. The rapid developments in the railways, maritime and aviation sectors bring us joy as they contribute to the integration agenda and enhance mobility, improved productivity and better livelihoods for the populace.”

He said over the last five years, the Ministry of Roads and Highways had made significant and unprecedented strides in the provision of road infrastructure across the length and breadth of the country.

According to him, “the construction of significant interchanges as well as expansion and maintenance of major road corridors have been aimed at improving accessibility to our air and seaports to enhance domestic and international trade and should be seen as a catalyst to the opening of the country. “

“The rapid developments in the railways, maritime and aviation sectors bring us joy as they contribute to the integration agenda and enhance mobility, improved productivity and better livelihoods for the populace,” he noted.

The 3-day conference brings transport sector ministries, agencies, development partners, academia and selected key stakeholders to review the Sector’s performance and develop strategies to move the sector forward.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 02/11/2021

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 02/11/2021

Transport Sector Review Conference opens today

The biennial Transport Sector Review Conference opens today at Golden Tulip, Kumasi City.

The theme for the 3-day conference is “consolidating the gains of the transport sector through effective integration.”

The conference will bring together the transport sector ministries, agencies, development partners, academia and selected key stakeholders to review the Sector’s performance and develop strategies to move the sector forward.

Participants at the conference will deliberate on an integrated approach to maximise the impact of investments in the transport infrastructure, improve the quality of delivery in the sector, encourage intermodal project planning and implementation to optimise the impact of transport infrastructure projects.

There will be panel discussions on “integrating academia and transport sector industry,” intermodal development of transport infrastructure project,” as well as “integrating transport infrastructure with trade and social services.”

Other activities at the conference include an exhibition of projects and activities of the Transport Sector Ministries and a visit to selected project sites.

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Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 27/10/2021

Earlier today, the Czech Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Ján Füry, paid a courtesy call on the Minister for Roads and Highways, Hon. Kwasi Amoako-Attah in his office, Accra.

The two held bilateral discussions focused on trade, infrastructure and the railways sector.

The Minister expressed government’s appreciation to the Czech Republic for the Supply and Installation of Fifty (50) Composite Steel Modular Bridges between 20 meters and 50 meters spans across the country.

Below; the visit in Pictures

All roads in the country will be fixed- Roads Minister 27/10/2021

All roads in the country will be fixed- Roads Minister

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All roads in the country will be fixed- Roads Minister Accra, Oct 26, GNA - Mr Kwasi Amoako-Atta, the Minister of Roads and Highways, has assured Ghanaians of the government’s commitment to fix...

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H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo inspected the 3tier Nungua barrier interchange on La-Beach Completion Project under the Accra Intelligent Traffic Management Project during his 3 days tour of the Greater Accra Region on Saturday 23rd October, 2021.

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Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 20/10/2021

The Department of Feeder Roads is expected to complete 150km of roads and 4no. steel bridges in the Central Region by the end of 2022.

Some of the roads earmarked to be completed includes the Bremen Asikuma - Asebem - Anyinabrim road which is over 50 per cent completed, the Assin Adubease to Adadeantem -Assin Ando road, 50 per cent completed and the Assin Achiano to Assin Breman road which is 41 per cent completed.

These were disclosed by the Central Regional Director for Feeder Roads Ing Abudulai Braimah when President Akufo-Addo cut the sod for the upgrading of the Twifo Hemang to Nsutem road, earlier today, as part of his 2-day working visit to the Central Region.

According to Ing Braimah, the road, when completed, will provide access to farms, schools, clinics and markets as well enhance the socio-economic development of the people along the stretch.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 19/10/2021

Yesterday, the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, inspected ongoing work on the construction of the 31.2-kilometre Assin Praso-Assin Fosu Road,.

The project involves the rehabilitation of the 31.2km of road between Assin Fosu and Assin Praso; the dualization into a 4-lane carriageway of a 1.2km Assin Fosu township roads; the reconstruction of the railway underpass bridge; and the reconstruction of drainage structures between Assin Fosu and Assin Praso.

The project, when completed, will significantly enhance the social-economic lives of the people in the Assin area, facilitate the movement of goods to and from the Takoradi Port, ensure easy access to markets and services, guarantee reductions in road accidents and road user costs, and improve travel time.

These were disclosed by Ing Samuel kwasi Akuaku, Regional Director of the Ghana Highway Authority in the Central region when the President inspected the project as part of this 2-day working visit of the Region.

The road is being constructed by Shimizu Dia-Nippon Joint Ventures at an estimated cost of $50million and is expected to be completed by November 2023.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 19/10/2021

Yesterday, President Akufo-Addo cut the sod for the construction of the 15-kilometre Nyankomase-Assin Jakai road.

The project consists of the construction of feeder roads from Fante Nyankomase through Assin Jakai, Abaasa to Framase Junction; the Assin Jakai town roads; and the Jakai-Abedin Feeder Roads.

Briefing the President during a ceremony for the commencement of works, the Central Regional Director of Feeder Roads, Ing Braimah Abdullah said the road, when completed, will provide access to farms for residents in the Assin South District, and access to social facilities like schools, CHPs compound and clinics will be greatly enhanced.

The project which is being undertaken by Top International Eng. Ghana Limited is expected to be completed by October 2023.

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Today, H.E. President Nana Akufo-Addo will begin a 2-day working visit of the Central Region.

As part of the visit, the President will cut the sod for the construction of the Hemang-Nsutem road and the Nyankomasi Ahenkro to Assin Jakat road.

He will also inspect progress of work on the Assin Prada to Assin Fosu road project.

The Deputy Minister, Hon. Stephen P. Jalulah is leading a team of officials from the Ministry of Roads and Highways and its agencies to brief the President on the above-mentioned projects.

Today, H.E. President Nana Akufo-Addo will begin a 2-day working visit of the Central Region.

As part of the visit, the President will cut the sod for the construction of the Hemang-Nsutem road and the Nyankomasi Ahenkro to Assin Jakat road.

He will also inspect progress of work on the Assin Prada to Assin Fosu road project.

The Deputy Minister, Hon. Stephen P. Jalulah is leading a team of officials from the Ministry of Roads and Highways and its agencies to brief the President on the above-mentioned projects.

Tema Motorway Roundabout Phase II: Govt secures $35.5m Japanese grant for project 14/10/2021

Tema Motorway Roundabout Phase II: Govt secures $35.5m Japanese grant for project

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Tema Motorway Roundabout Phase II: Govt secures $35.5m Japanese grant for project The government has secured a $35.5 million grant from the Government of Japan to fund the construction of the Tema Motorway Roundabout Phase Two in the Greater Accra Region and the rehabilitation of the National Truck Road (N8) in the Central Region.

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Eastern Region gets share of roads under Gov’t “Year of Roads” agenda

A total of 301.6km of trunk roads are expected to be completed in the Eastern Region by the end of 2022.

This represents about 50 per cent of a total of 631.5km of trunk roads which were awarded in the region by the Ghana Highways Authority in 2019.

Briefing the President, Nana Akufo-Addo at a sod-cutting ceremony in the Eastern Region, the Eastern Regional Highway Director, Mr Charles Adubofour said a total of 11 major trunk roads are currently under construction in the region.

They include the reconstruction of the Osiem-Begoro road, which is 100 per cent completed, the reconstruction of the Kwabeng to Akropong Road, 80 per cent completed, the reconstruction of the Kwabeng to Abomosu – Asuom Road which is 75 per cent completed and the reconstruction of the New Abirem to Ofoasekum road which stands at 80 per cent completed.

Others are the reconstruction of the Oda to Amanfopong road, 70 per cent completed; the reconstruction of the Assam to Subi Road, 66 per cent completed; the reconstruction of the Nkawkaw to New Abirem road, 60 per cent completed and the rehabilitation of the Asamankese to Akroso road, 60 per cent completed.

Eastern Region gets share of roads under Gov’t “Year of Roads” agenda

A total of 301.6km of trunk roads are expected to be completed in the Eastern Region by the end of 2022.

This represents about 50 per cent of a total of 631.5km of trunk roads which were awarded in the region by the Ghana Highways Authority in 2019.

Briefing the President, Nana Akufo-Addo at a sod-cutting ceremony in the Eastern Region, the Eastern Regional Highway Director, Mr Charles Adubofour said a total of 11 major trunk roads are currently under construction in the region.

They include the reconstruction of the Osiem-Begoro road, which is 100 per cent completed, the reconstruction of the Kwabeng to Akropong Road, 80 per cent completed, the reconstruction of the Kwabeng to Abomosu – Asuom Road which is 75 per cent completed and the reconstruction of the New Abirem to Ofoasekum road which stands at 80 per cent completed.

Others are the reconstruction of the Oda to Amanfopong road, 70 per cent completed; the reconstruction of the Assam to Subi Road, 66 per cent completed; the reconstruction of the Nkawkaw to New Abirem road, 60 per cent completed and the rehabilitation of the Asamankese to Akroso road, 60 per cent completed.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 06/10/2021

Yesterday, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo cut the sod for the reconstruction of the 47km Mpraeso to Hweehwee to Oyimso road and the upgrading of the Begoro to Feyiase Road at the start of his 3-day working visit of the Eastern Region.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 05/10/2021

Works on the reconstruction of the 30km Anwiankwanta to Obuasi Road is 82 per cent completed.

The project which is being undertaken by Joshob Construction Co. Ltd is expected to be completed ahead of schedule.

The road when completed, will enhance socio-economic activities in the area and facilitate the efficient movement of people and goods to towns such as Anwiankwanta, Daa, Patasi, Kwapia, Dadwen, Obuasi and the surrounding communities.

These were disclosed by the resident engineer on the project, Ing. Ernest Owusu-Ansah when H.E. President Nana Akufu-Addo visited the Project site, yesterday, as part of his 4-day tour of the Ashanti Region.

According to Ing. Owusu-Ansah, the improved condition of the road will promote agricultural activities and trade as well as ensure efficient delivery of services in Bekwai Municipal and Obuasi Municipality and their contiguous districts.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 03/10/2021

H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo has expressed satisfaction with the progress of work on the Lake Road Extension Project and Dompoase Junction to Aputuogya Road Project during an inspection tour of the Project sites as part of his 4-day working visit of the Ashanti Region.

The Lake Road Extension Project currently stands at 78 per cent physical completion while the Dompoase Junction to Aputuogya Road Project is about 70 per cent completed.

The projects are expected to be completed in December 2021 and August 2022 respectively.

Below: The President’s tour of the Project sites in Pictures.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 02/10/2021

Work is progressing steadily on the reconstruction of the Sunyani Road Phase II.

The project is expected to reduce traffic congestion on the N6 highway acting as an urban arterial, reduce travel time for the road users and residents along the corridor thereby contributing to the socio-economic development of the people.

The works started in October 2020 and its expected to be completed in September 2022. The Project is currently 16% complete.

These were disclosed by the Director Urban Roads, Ing James Amoo-Gottfried when the President visited the project site, this afternoon, as part of this 4-days working visit of the Ashanti Region.

Photos from Ministry of Roads & Highways's post 01/10/2021

Today, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo will start a 4-day working visit to the Ashanti Region.

As part of the visit, the President is expected to inspect some major road projects in the region including the Abwakwa-Tanoso Road, the Ohwimase-Twedie Road, the Lake Road Extension Project and the Dompoase Junction to Aputuogya Road.

To this end, the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, Hon. Stephen P. Jalulah, this morning, led a team of officials from the Ministry to inspect works on the roads ahead of the President’s visit.

The Deputy Minister was accompanied by the Chief Director, Ing. Dr Abass M. Awolu and the CEO of the GHA, Ing. Christian Nti.

Road contractors to undergo strict scrutiny 24/09/2021

Road contractors to undergo strict scrutiny

Road contractors to undergo strict scrutiny

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Yesterday, the Minister for Roads and Highways, Hon. Kwasi Amoako-Attah inaugurated the reconstituted Road Classification Committee.

The Committee, Chaired by the Chief Director of the Ministry, ING. DR. Abass M. Awolu will grade contractors into categories and financial classes to enable them to tackle their assigned jobs.

To this end, the Minister has warned that “ any contractor who is not reclassified will not be allowed to work.”

The Minister advised anyone who wants to be a contractor “ to come prepared and must have what it takes to be a contractor.”

The Minister further announced that with immediate effect, “ all old certificates stand abolished,” adding that new ones will be introduced with “special features and different colours representing the various categories.”

Members of the Committee are Mr. Yaw Tweneboa – Kodua, Ing. Dr. Michael Bekoe, Ing. Omane – Brimpong, Ing. Collins Donkor, Mr. Eric B. Addison, Mr. Aduni Roland, Ms. Augustina Quist and Ing. Ernest K. Obeng.

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