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General News of Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Source: cameroon-info.net

100 billion FCFA needed to streamline traffic in Yaoundé


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This was one of the subjects debated during the 17th session of the national Council of the open road which took place Tuesday in the Cameroonian capital.

After the national Council of Tourism last week, the Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, chaired Tuesday 23 December the launch of 17th session of the national Council of the road (Conaroute) in the presence of its members.

First sector affected by the emergency plan for the acceleration of growth in Cameroon, the road is a hub of emergence if it preserves life and accelerates opening up, said the head of the Government.

To this end, he insisted on the rehabilitation of the horizontal and vertical signals to reduce the curve of the traffic accidents. Other points having benefited from the interest of the PM: the construction of the Bertoua – Garoua-Boulaï, the opening up of large agro-pastoral basins and tourist program, solicitation of corporations forest owners of material of construction of the roads, the fluidity of traffic in large urban centres.

In Yaoundé, this initiative is expected to cost not less than 100 billion CFA francs. There is no doubt that, at the end of the works, we will have an idea of a precise source of funding.

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