Cazenga Flyover in Luanda, Angola unveiled

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Cazenga flyover, located between the urban districts of Rangel and Tala-Hady, in the Angola’s capital Luanda has been inaugurated.

The approximately US $10m work which was carried out by the Ministry of Public Works and Spatial Planning, started in March 2015 and was completed in August 2020. The 0.876km long and 7.00 meters wide bridge aims to improve traffic in that zone of the country’s capital.

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Flyovers in Angola

In addition to the Cazenga flyover, the Ministry of Public Works plans to build 40 similar infrastructures in Luanda. Other existing flyovers are those of Boa Vista, São Paulo, Camama, Deolinda Rodrigues, Camama/Kilamba city, Highway connecting Cacuaco, Zango, Golf2, Nzamba2

1 thought on “Cazenga Flyover in Luanda, Angola unveiled”

  1. Rightly ‘Thought and Acted’ Upon; for the Main Development Agenda Down here in Africa Need be Concentrated upon Development. Rightly so, the Potential is ever present and Enormous, its Utilization is what still is at the Minimal. Congratulations Angola’s Government: Yours Is a Proper, Right Focus to Uplift the Efficiency and Economic Situation of your ‘Oil Rich Nation.’

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