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The second Wouri River Bridge to be commissioned December 21, 2018

The second Wouri River Bridge to be commissioned December 21, 2018
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 11 December 2018 13:30

(Business in Cameroon) - Although it has been open to traffic for a year now, the 2nd bridge built over the Wouri River in Douala, will be temporarily commissioned December 21, Samuel Dieudonné Ivaha Diboua, the Coastal Region's Governor, said during a site visit.

The XAF141.6 billion facility, whose construction was entrusted to Sogea-Satom, is near completion. So is additional developments that opened up the area known as Rond-Point Deïdo.

A strategic infrastructure long demanded by Cameroonian economic operators, the 2nd Wouri River Bridge allows better traffic flow from Bonabéri, which houses an industrial zone, to downtown Douala; and even between Douala and the regions of North-West, South-West and West Cameroon.

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