The Chief Executive Officer of Meridian Port Services (MPS), Mohammed Samara, has given a firm assurance that the Tema motorway roundabout improvement works is expected to be completed in August 2017.
He made this assurance when the Minister for Roads and Transport, Kwasi Amoako-Atta, paid a working visit to the site.
He was there to see the progress of work on the site so far.
Samara told the minister that “the project consist of the creation of four slip roads to reduce the number of vehicles approaching the roundabout and an additional third lane to widen the roundabout itself.”
He further stated that the project is solely financed by MPS, and is aimed at easing the heavy traffic situation within the Tema enclave and beyond.
“It is always our philosophy to help contribute our quota towards the society where we operate, and it is our vision that this project helps reduce traffic bottlenecks around the motorway roundabout.”