The Ministry of Roads and Highways has announced it will close sections of the N4 highway in Accra, temporarily.
The N4 highway is the same as the Tetteh Quarshie-Madina-Adentan Road. The closure, which is expected to occur between May 8 and 9 during the hours of 8:00 am and 12:00 pm daily, “is to enable GRIDco undertake the stringing of transmission line conductors across the N4” a statement from the Ministry said.
The Ministry has, therefore, advised motorists and commuters to follow the traffic diversion signs to be placed at various sections on the N4. (Okponglo, near McDan Offices, La -Bawaleshi and East Legon).
Read full statement below;
DISRUPTIONS TO THE FLOW OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ON THE N4 HIGHWAY
The Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Ghana Highway Authority wishes to inform the Public and all Road users that some sections of the N4 (Tetteh Quarshie – Koforidua) will experience some minimum to maximum disruptions to traffic flow from, Saturday, May 8 to Sunday, May 9, 2021, between the hours 8:00 am-12noon daily.
This is to enable GRIDco undertake the stringing of Transmission line conductors across the N4. (Tetteh Quarshie- Madina-Adentan Road)
Motorists/Commuters are kindly advised to follow the traffic diversion signs to be placed at the various sections on the N4. (Okponglo, near McDan Offices, La -Bawaleshi and East Legon). We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused.
For further clarification kindly contact the Corporate Affairs Department of GRIDco, +233 – 303 318700 or the Public Affairs Division of the Ghana Highway Authority.
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