Parts of Kasoa highway to be closed for asphalting

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Kasoa-interchangeEngineers working on the Kasoa Interchange have served notice to temporarily close a portion of the N1-Kasoa highway from Wednesday, March 22 to Wednesday, March 29.

The closure is to allow for sealing of a make-shift U-turn right before the Kasoa Police Station “and also for the final asphalting of the Southern Part of the Western Highway Extension by Queiroz Galv?o construction”. Diversions have been created for motorists.

Motorists driving from Winneba, Cape Coast and beyond towards Accra “can either use the Western By Pass to get to Accra or still drive through Kasoa and take RIGHT TURN upon reaching Amanfrom quarters to join the dualised road towards Accra”.

Police and safety personnel are expected to be on hand to assist motorists.


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