In recent years government in power have been making effort to improve the road sector in Ghana if you have to honest about this, but yet still there is a lot more to be done several places in Ghana still don't have good road. As we all know roads make a vital contribution to the country's economic development, for this reason government in power are doing everything possible to fix many roads across the country because road infrastructure is the most important of all public assets.
Not only does the move by the Honourable Minister for Roads and Highways, Mr. Kwasi Amoako-Attah to order the stoppage of Toll Booth collection show a sign of disrespect to the Parliament if Ghana, and Ghanaians at large, it also suggests that the Minister is facing a leadership crisis.
The cause of most accidents in this country is that some drivers do not observe the road safety regulations. Some drivers do not even have a valid driving license but they are on our roads every day killing innocent people. The Ghana Police Service and the Ministry of Roads and Highways seem not to do enough to curb these occurrences.
The flow of vehicular traffic at the Flower Pot Roundabout's exit point will be disrupted for one month, according to the Ministry of Roads and Highways, acting through the Department of Urban Roads. This will make it possible to build the flyover over the highway. On Friday, September 17, 2021, the Ministry published a press statement.The outages are scheduled to begin on Monday, September 20 and end on Friday, October 15, 2021.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways says portions of Accra will from Thursday, March 11, 2021 experience fleeting road obstructions from 9 am to 3 pm.
Rapid growth of traffic in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis increase daily due to the improvements in the economy as a results of discovery of Oil in the western region specifically Takoradi pivotal road “Traffic data from the Ministry of Roads and Highways indicates that PTC and Paa Grant roundabouts are increasingly congested Meanwhile about three "3" months ago the vice president of the Republic of Ghana Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, cut sod for the construction of the PTC Interchange in Takoradi in the Western
The Ministry of Roads and Highways and the Ghana Highways Authority has responded to the claims by Kofi Oppong, a journalist at the class FM. According to the release from the Ministry of Roads and Highways, Kofi Oppong has claimed on the morning show on Tuesday 8th June 2021, that the private company, Tolls and Routes management Limited (TRML), which manages a number of the toll stations on behalf of the ministry, has sacked persons with disabilities who were employed by the ministry of roads and highways to sell toll tickets at the various toll stations in the country.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways is pleading to Ghanaians who access the boundary road from Tetteh Quarshie interchange. The reason why the ministry is pleading to the Ghanaians is because, there will be an interruption to traffic flow within Shiashie and it's environments. The Ministry of Roads and Highways said, the interruption will commence on midnight of Friday, October 15 and ends on Sunday, October 17.
Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow Option The Savannah Regional Minister, Hon. Saeed Jibril has accused the younger brother of former President John Dramani Mahama, Mr. Peter Mahama as the reason why the Daboya road project has not been completed till date.
Seva is a settlement of over 1000 people in the Keta municipality, and the residents are pleading with the Ministry of Roads and Highways to assist them. Because the bridge connecting their town and Anyako-Konu is in poor condition, the government has agreed to rebuild the bridge and repair the road.
In a year declared again as the year of Roads by the President, it comes as shocking that, the Ministry of Roads and Highways affirms that, the government has put on hold the awarding of new road contracts for the year 2021.
The Bindi-Bunkpurugu stretch of the Bunkpurugu/Nankpanduri District road in the North East region is currently in a worse condition making transportation a sheer nightmare for travellers in the area.
Ministry Of Roads And Highways in an immediate press release on 9th June 2021, has rejected claims by Class 91.3 FM morning show Host Mr. Kofi Oppong that the private company, Tolls and Routes Management Limited (TRML) in charge of collection and management of some Toll Stations have sacked people with disability working under them.
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.”
The Ministry of Roads and Highways has denied allegations that it has disengaged persons with disabilities (PWDs) to sell tickets in the toll stations across the country. In a press statement signed by the Chief Director, Edmund Offei-Annor, the ministry such allegations were inaccurate, unfounded and without basis.
The public account Committee has charged two Ministries, that is Ministry of Roads and Highways and the Ministry of Works and Housing due to their failure to appear before the committee to answer some delicate questions. The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has summoned officials of the Ministries of Works and Housing and Roads and Highways to appear before its public hearing on Friday, June 25, 2021, to answer questions relating to their Ministries or face the full rigours of the law.
The Minister of Roads and Highways, Mr Kwasi Amoako-Atta, has disproved media reports connecting him to an explanation that recommends he had censured drivers for the huge expansion in street mishaps in the country.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Ghana Highway Authority has educated the overall population and all street users that a few segments of the following Highways,N1, N2 and N4 will experience some minimum to maximum disruptions to traffic flow from Thursday, March 11, 2021 from 9am – 3pm. . A
The Ministry of Roads and Highways has declared to close parts of the N4 highway in Accra, briefly.The N4 highway is the same as the Tetteh Quarshie-Madina-Adentan Road.The closure, which is to take place between May 8 and 9 during the long stretches of 8:00 am and 12:00 pm every day, “is to enable GRIDco undertake the stringing of transmission line conductors across the N4” a statement from the Ministry.
Commuters of some roads in some parts of the country will from Thursday encounter disruptions to the flow of vehicular traffic.