2nd Phase Of Tema Motorway Roundabout To Begin In September
Following the signing of a Yen 3.359 billion grant facility between the governments of Ghana and Japan, the building of the Tema Motorway Roundabout Phase Two is anticipated to begin in September of this year.
This came after the Minister of Roads organized a team of representatives from the Ministry of Roads and Highways, the Ghana Highway Authority, and the Ghana Embassy in Japan, including Genevieve Edna Apaloo, Ghana’s Ambassador to Japan, to observe the contract signing and the bidding and negotiation processes.
A third-tier flyover, which will be a composite bridge structure, will be built as part of the project’s Phase II from Harbour Road to Ashaiman on the N2.
At the Tema Motorway Roundabout, a 3-tier interchange will now have been built to completion.
See Pictures From the signing below: