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Cacuaco has new routes for the movement of people and goods

The Governor of Luanda, Ana Paula de Carvalho, reopened, this Tuesday, two new roads in the municipality of Cacuaco, aiming to facilitate access and improve the movement of people and goods.


According to a note from the Provincial Government of Luanda (GPL), to which VerAngola had access, the first section concerns the road that connects Escola Amarela and the Terra Verde neighbourhood, over a length of 2.9 kilometres.

"The project benefited from paving works in reinforced concrete, included works of compaction, earthworks, excavation, spring breakers and other services", says the note, which adds that the works were completed in seven months, "with a budget of over a billion kwanzas".

In the Kikolo Urban District, concreting works were carried out on the Wadadame/Iba section, covering a length of 5.8 kilometres.

"The reopening of the section will facilitate traffic in the locality", advances the note.

Governor visits works on the Paraíso-Kikolo bridge

In another statement, the GPL informs that the governor, still on Tuesday, traveled to the locality of Kilunda to verify the level of execution of the asphalting contract "of the section that connects the Kuta and Terra Branca neighborhoods, with about 4.39 kilometers of road".

Ana Paula de Carvalho was also in the Paraíso neighborhood, where she visited the works on the Paraíso bridge, carried out in a 36-meter extension, which will make it possible to connect the Paraíso neighborhood and the Kikolo market.

The bridge will be "completed in 180 days, with a budget of around 770 million kwanzas from the portfolio of the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM)", the statement said.

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