Commuters of some roads in some parts of the country will from Thursday encounter disruptions to the flow of vehicular traffic.
According to a statement released by the Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Ghana Highway Authority, roads to be affected by the disruptions include sections of the N1, N2, and N4.
The disruptions will be minimum and maximum to tragic flow from 11th March 2021, 9 am to 3 pm to enable GRIDco undertake the stringing of Transmission line conductors across the above stated roads.
"The influence areas are: N1. Team -Aflao before T.T Brothers Junction, 9am - 11am), N2. Team -Akosombo, near the newly constructed overhead walkway, (12noon-2pm) specific dates for subsequent works on the N1 at the Fiesta Royal Traffic Light Junction and the Okponglo Junction on the N4 will be provided in due course", it announced.
The statement further cautioned motorists to follow traffic diversion signs to be placed at various sections on the N1, N2, and N4.
The statement issued on 7th March further regretted the inconveniences these dusrutions may cause and further provided contact number for further details with the Public Affairs division and that of Acting Manager of GRIDco in charge of Construction Management.
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