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Thu, 21 Dec 2017 18:57 - Updated Thu, 21 Dec 2017 18:57

Road Fund creates maintenance brigades in Huambo

Huambo - The Road Fund launches Thursday, in central Huambo Province, four Briguedes of Road Maintenance and Conservation, composed of eighty elements.

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Photo: Atónio Escrivão

According to a press release that reached Angop Thursday, the brigades will be set up in Huambo / Bavio / Baixo / Mungo section.

The note says that the brigades are responsible for the actions of grass cutting, cleaning of drainage, slopes, roadsides  and replacement of horizontal and vertical signaling.

Along with these works, the agents also have as mission to detect the emergence of ravines, considered as the main element of deterioration of the roads in short time of its useful life.

The Road Fund is the body that at the level of the indirect administration of the State is responsible for the maintenance and conservation of the roads of the fundamental network.

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