Wed, 05 Aug 2015 19:31 - Updated Wed, 05 Aug 2015 19:30
Luanda Metropolitan plan provides 410 km of rehabilitated roads
Luanda - The General Metropolitan Master Plan of Luanda, which is being developed by the provincial government, provides 410 kilometers of primary roads and other secondary 621 to facilitate road mobility.
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Engineer Paulo Kai
Photo: Joaquina Bento
These data were announced today (Wednesday), in Luanda, by engineer Paulo Kai, during the presentation on the theme "public transport infrastructure corridors" at the II International Engineer Congress, taking place on 04-05 August, promoted by the Order of Engineers of Angola.
According to him, the plan is to carry out a review of the main corridors of the Marginal infrastructure of Corimba, Expressway, Cambamba, January 21, Viana/ Zango, Catete and the north/ south corridor, which may move several transportation models including subway, rail, sea and public buses.
Paulo Kai stressed that the North/South corridor will enable faster connectivity linking the municipalities of Cacuaco/Viana and the urban district of Kilamba Kiaxi and will attract freight traffic from the major logistics centers in the region and reduce the pressure over the secondary and tertiary paths.
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