As the population increases, more people purchase various types of cars, resulting in excessive traffic congestion on the roads. A typical person who lives in Accra and its environs has to get up really early in the morning to catch up with public transportation in order to avoid being late for work or school.
As a result, it is the responsibility of every government to build more interchanges in order to reduce endless road traffic and save many people's jobs. In Ghana, there are several interchanges, including the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange, also known as Dubai, Obetseybi Lamptey Interchange, Tetteh Quarshie Interchange, and others.
The Pokuase Interchange will be the largest and tallest of all. The African Development Bank and the Ghanaian government are working together to finance the Pokuase Interchange, which links the Nsawam Road to the George Walker Bush Highway.
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The infrastructure, which will be the largest in West Africa when completed, is expected to boost mobility on the Accra-Nsawam section of the Accra-Kumasi Highway, reduce the incidence of road crashes at ACP Junction, and enhance sustainable economic growth for the people in the region, as well as facilitate traffic between the Tema- Ouagadougou-Bamako corridor.
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