MRH – Accra-Cape Coast-Takoradi Road Dualisation – Ghana - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Roads & Highways (MRH) and Ghana Highway Authority (GHA), in collaboration with the Public Investment Division (PID) of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MOFEP), is planning to undertake the construction of the road dualisation project in Ghana.
The project involves construction of 185km Dual road between Accra, Cape Coast and Takoradi. The project will be upgraded to a two lane dual carriageway asphaltic concrete surfacing.
It will include construction of an additional carriageway including associated drainage structure within all sections, four Interchanges at Kasoa Winneba Roundabout, Mankessim and at Cape Coast, 7.3m width carriageway, concrete curbs between side drains and shoulders in towns and villages, and two Rest Stops within the road corridor, the laying of 2.5m wide double-surface dressed shoulders on the outer lance and 1.5m on the inner lane, and the installation of necessary traffic control devices.
The route has been packaged into three sections namely: first section: Kasoa to Winneba (31.1km), second section: Winneba to Mankessim (45km), and third section: Mankessim to Cape Coast (45.4km).
Government would collaborate with private sector on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement for the financing, construction and management of the road project.
In August 2014, MRH has commenced arrangements to adopt the PPP model for financing road construction.
In November 2014, Pre Fesability report submitted to MRH.
On February 22, 2016, issued an Expression of Interest(EOI) to appoint a Transaction adviser.
MRH is in the process to appoint a financial adviser. Feasibility study activities underway.
Planning Authority: Ghana Highway Authority (GHA), Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MOFEP)
Advisor (Pre-feasibility Study): Stallion ConstructionScope
The project involves the construction of 185km dual road between Accra, Cape Coast and Takoradi in Ghana.
The US$600 million project includes the following:
1. Upgrade of two lane dual carriageway asphaltic concrete surfacing
2. Construction of an additional carriageway including associated drainage structure within all sections
3. Construction of four Interchanges at Kasoa Winneba Roundabout, Mankessim and at Cape Coast
4. Construction of 7.3m carriageway width
5. Construction of two Rest Stops within the road corridor
6. Construction of concrete curbs between side drains and shoulders in towns and villages
7. Installation of necessary traffic control devices
8. Laying of 2.5m wide double-surface dressed shoulders on the outer lance and 1.5m on the inner lane
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