Saurimo - Government of the eastern Lunda Sul province awarded the project for rehabilitation of 115-kilometer road linking the headquarters of the municipality of Cacolo to the commune of Alto Chicapa.More about this news
Mussende - Angolan minister of Public Works and Urbanism Manuel Tavares de Almeida said Friday in Mussende, coastal Cuanza Sul province, that the country opened new era in terms of building roads based on Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) standards.
Luanda - Luanda/Cazenga flyover, located between the urban districts of Rangel and Tala-Hady, in the country's capital, will be inaugurated September 18.
Ndalatando - Rehabilitation works of 20 kilometres road in the northern Cuanza Norte province has started, as part of the Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan (PIIM), Angop learnt on Saturday.
Malanje - About US $630 million were made available by the Angolan government, for the rehabilitation and expansion of 630 kilometres, including 10 bridges of the Malanje/Saurimo section on the National Road 230.
Benguela - The stretch that connects the municipality of Catengue to the municipal headquarters of Caimbambo, National Road 260, 116 km southeast of the city of Benguela, is benefiting from works to improve its asphalt carpet and the horizontal and vertical signs, Angop learnt on Saturday.
Lobito - A total of 28.5 kilometres (km) roads are being rehabilitated on the route between the Maka-Mombolo commune and the municipal headquarter of Balombo, Benguela province, in order to improve the movement of people and goods.
Quilengues - For the first time in 40 years, the 50-kilometre road section that connects the headquarters of the Municipality of Quilengues, southern Huila Province, to the village of Camulemba, in north-eastern Lunda Norte Province, began to receive last Wednesday improvement works, within the framework of Integrated Programme of Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).
Benguela - Five access paths of the national roads 105, 250 and 260, in the province of Benguela, will be repaired under the backup plan of these infrastructures, ongoing in the country, informed last Thursday, in this city, the acting provincial director of INEA (The Angolan National Road Institute), Domingos Cipriano.