Construction Begins on Adenta-Dodowa, Kasoa-Winneba Roads


The Minister for Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah, marked a significant milestone in country’s infrastructure development as he officially handed over the sites to contractors for the commencement of work on the Adenta-Dodowa and Kasoa-Winneba roads.

These two major roads, spanning a total of 52 kilometers, are set to undergo a complete transformation.

Mr Amoako-Attah revealed that the plan is to reconstruct them into 2-lane dual carriageways, complete with service lanes, interchanges, and overpasses.

The Kasoa-Winneba stretch, which covers 30 kilometers, will see the construction of interchanges and flyovers at strategic locations such as Budumburam, Akoti, Sabato, and Winneba Junctions. These new additions will greatly enhance traffic flow and reduce congestion along this busy road.

Similarly, the 22-kilometer Adenta-Dodowa road will also feature interchanges and flyovers at major intersections.
This will undoubtedly improve connectivity and ease commuting for residents and motorists.
Mr Amoako-Attah further disclosed that the contractors have been instructed to mobilize to the respective sites immediately.
They will commence clearing and other preparatory activities to enable full construction work to commence in January 2024.

For the Kasoa-Winneba road, NagFairmont Limited has been assigned the task of undertaking the project. Known for their expertise in the construction industry, NagFairmont Limited is expected to deliver a high-quality road that will cater to the growing traffic demands of the area.

Oswal Investments Ltd, a construction company, has been awarded the contract for the Adenta-Dodowa road. With their track record of successfully completing various infrastructure projects, the Minister expressed confidence in their ability to deliver a road that meets international standards.

The redevelopment of these two vital roads is part of the government’s commitment to improving the country’s infrastructure.

By investing in roads and highways, the government aims to enhance economic growth, create job opportunities, and improve the overall quality of life for Ghanaians.

As construction work gets underway, motorists are urged to exercise caution and adhere to all traffic regulations for their safety and that of the construction workers. The completion of these projects will undoubtedly bring relief to commuters and contribute to the development of the respective regions.

With the commencement of work on the Adenta-Dodowa and Kasoa-Winneba roads, Ghana is one step closer to achieving its infrastructure goals and ushering in a brighter and more connected future.

By Vincent Kubi