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Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:15 - Updated Fri, 15 Dec 2017 18:25

Angola: Camama flyover open to traffic

Luanda - Traffic has resumed after the inauguration Friday of Camama Flyover in Talatona Municipality, Luanda, by the Angolan Head of State João Lourenço.

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Circular do nó viário de Camama

Photo: Francisco Miudo

President João Lourenço inaugurates Camama flyover

Photo: Francisco Miudo

João Lourenço toured part of the project as he received explanations by the minister of Construction and Public Works and contractors.

With 493.7m long and 25m wide, 11 meters each side and 1.5m of kerb, the undertaking allows the connection between the highway and Pedro de Castro Vandunem Loy Avenue.

Camama Flyover is part of the six Luanda’s projects started in March this year to ensure road mobility from the outskirts to the city and vice-versa.

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