An announcement coming from Ghana Highway Authority foretells that from Saturday, 11th September 2021 to Thursday, 30th September 2021, 8 am to 5 pm, that there will be heavy traffic on several parts of the N1 motorway and other urban roads in Darkuman.
According to the statement from the Ghana Highway Authority, this move will “allow GRIDco to undertake the stringing of Transmission line conductors across the N1 and several places in Darkuman.”
Read the Release Below:
DISRUPTIONS TO THE FLOW OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ON THE N1 HIGHWAY AND SOME URBAN ROADS AT DAKUMAN
The Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Ghana Highway Authority wishes to inform the public and all Road users that some sections of the N1 highway and some Urban roads at Darkuman will experience some minimum to maximum disruptions to traffic flow from Saturday, 11th September 2021, to Thursday, September 30, 2021, from 8am – 5pm during the period.
This is to enable GRIDco undertake the stringing of Transmission line conductors across the N1 and some areas in Darkuman.
Motorists are kindly advised to follow the traffic diversion signs to be placed at the various sections across the George Walker Bush Highway and some Urban Roads within Darkuman.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused.
For further clarification kindly contact the Corporate Affairs Department of GRIDco or the Public Affairs Division of the Ghana Highway Authority.
Ag CHIEF EXECUTIVE
ING CHRISTIAN NTI.
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