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Part of Tema Motorway to be diverted for road works 

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Motorists and pedestrians plying the Tema Motorway have been advised to heed to diversion signs, as the Second Phase of the  Akosombo and Harbour approach roads construction works on the improvement of the Tema Motorway Roundabout begins on Sunday, April 30.

An announcement issued by the Ghana Highway Authority, the Ministry of Roads and Highways, the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) and the Meridian Port Services, said the works was expected to last for three months and would cause motorists and the public to use temporary diversion routes to the motorway roundabout.

Full text:

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT:
MPS CORPORATE SOCIAL INITIATIVE
TEMA ROUNDABOUT IMPROVEMENT WORKS – TEMPORARY DIVERSION AT TEMA MOTORWAY ROUNDABOUT

The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) under the auspices of the Ministry of Roads and Highways in collaboration with Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority and Meridian Ports Services, wish to inform the general public that the second phase (Akosombo and Harbour approach roads)of construction works on the improvement of the Tema Motorway Roundabout will commence on Sunday, April 30, 2017.

As a result, there will be temporary diversions of the adjoining roads at the motorway roundabout.
 
Motorists and the general public are therefore advised to note the following:

* All vehicles passing through the Tema Motorway Roundabout (from Accra, Akosombo or Aflao roads) moving to Tema Harbour shall be diverted to use the Hospital Road and Hospital Link Road as alternate routes to join the main Harbour Road at the Total Filling Station. 

* The Hospital Road will be used as ONE WAY ONLY from Tema Roundabout to Hospital Link. 

* There will be slow movement along the Akosombo-Roundabout Road due to the ongoing road expansion works.

* The second phase is expected to last for three months.

The general public, motorists and pedestrians, are advised to heed to the diversion signs and give their maximum cooperation.
 
Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.

Thank you for your co-operation.

ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF 
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE,
GHANA HIGHWAY AUTHORITY

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