72.5 Km of Road Work Has Started by PM Nabbanja

The project, which is being carried out by China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) Uganda Limited under contract, is being carried out by the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) with financial support from the Ugandan government.

The Government Buys Equipment for 16 Districts’ Roads

16 districts throughout the nation will receive road equipment, according to plans made by the Ugandan government through Works State Minister Fred Byamukama. By providing above-average rainfall last year, the El-Nino phenomena caused substantial damage to several locations, including those heavily affected by road reconstruction works. Byamukama lists Kikuube, Terego, and Rubanda as the districts […]

New Clock Tower Junction

The Clock Tower Junction is a remarkable new monument that has emerged in the first phase of the flyover project, right in the middle of Kampala, the bustling heartbeat of our city.

Joint UNRA and Ministry of Works Inspection of Katosi Road

Ministry of Works and the Uganda National highways Authority (UNRA) jointly inspected the Mukono-Katosi and Kisoga-Nyenga-Njeru highways. Engineer in Chief Samson Bagonza led the team conducting the inspection, which was carried out in response to a mandate from President Yoweri Museveni.

The Hamurwa-Kanungu Road will Be Tarmaced

Additionally, he disclosed that UGX 500 million had been used by the government to fix the damaged portion of the road at “Hakagyezi,” and an additional UGX 3 billion will be used to fix the damaged section of the Kabale-Kisoro road at Hamurwa.

Solar Streetlights Transform the Dark Streets of Arua City

The initiative involved the procurement of 100 solar streetlights at a cost of Shs678 million, with each unit costing Shs6.7 million, according to Mr. Cornelius Jobile, the deputy city clerk for Arua. The project was financed by the World Bank.

Kira-Matugga Road Contractor Builds New Matugga Police Offices

The head of the Matugga Police Station, Kassim Kakembo, used the occasion to make a plea to the public for assistance in preventing crime. He urged locals to seize the chance to work on-the-side jobs provided by the road project instead of participating in illegal activities like stealing gasoline from the road machinery.