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TRAC is delighted to announce that the major upgrade of the EN4, between Matola and Maputo (Sections 19 and 20) in Mozambique, has in essence been completed.
The road between the two densely-populated urban areas has been upgraded to a six-lane carriageway and the existing paving was rehabilitated. In addition, several bridges were widened, and barrier walls, drains and walkways were built.
Some auxiliary works, such as pedestrian walkways and a few drainage elements, are still incomplete and are expected to be finalised in July 2019. However, this is unlikely to frustrate motorists. The possibility of constructing an elevated median between the two carriageways, from the Shoprite Intersection to the Maputo Plaza, in a separate contract, is being considered and discussed with the authorities.
As is always expected with projects of this magnitude, traffic disruptions were experienced during the construction phase. TRAC thanks road users for their patience and understanding.
TRAC prides itself on offering quality road infrastructure and therefore continuously works on improving and maintaining our route. We value our road users and take our commitment to maintaining the N4 Toll Route on par with world standards seriously, for their benefit and safety.
Source: TRAC / Press Release
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