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Rehabilitation works and the upgrade of the EN4 may cause delays at the BIC intersection from next Tuesday when contractor WBHO will start to remove the central island from the whole Shoprite da Matola-Praça 16 de Junho section, including the junctions.
“It will not be possible to cross the EN4 from Cinema 700 or the old Matola road and it will still not be possible to turn right coming from Matola or Maputo,” Trans African Concession (TRAC) spokesperson Fenias Mazive explained.
In the Matola-Maputo direction it will only be possible to “turn towards Cinema 700, access the road from Cinema 700 and turn towards the CMC intersection. In the Maputo-Matola direction, you will only be allowed to turn to the Bombas petrol station and towards the old Matola road or you may also access the road coming from the Bombas petrol station and old Matola road,” he added.
A statement circulating on social networks said the measure was in effect yesterday, but, as Mazive explained: “There was a leakage of information related to the warning that we wanted to put out to the public on Monday.”
An estimated 50,000 vehicles use that section of the EN4 daily, TRAC says. The extension from four to six tracks starts on June 8.Source: O País