The Accra-Tema Motorway is a 19-kilometre stretch that links Accra and Tema, a city that sits on the Atlantic Coast of Ghana.

The newly constructed Tema Motorway Grade Separated Interchange will be opened to traffic from Saturday, May, 16.

The Roads and Highways Ministry acting through the Ghana Highway Authority which made the announcement said it will come out directional animations to guide motorists.

It Ministry said, “the directional animations which have been developed will subsequently be broadcasted on all TV channels across the nation.”

The five new interchanges were built on the Accra-Tema motorway as part of the expansion works on the stretch.

In March this year, the Roads Minister, Kwasi Amoako Atta, said the current Tetteh Quarshie interchange will also be remodelled.

He said it is to ease the flow of traffic as part of the project which will also see the 19-kilometre dual-carriage highway turned into six lanes.

The travelling public and motorists have been advised to drive cautiously, adhere to Road Safety Regulations and respect directional signage.