K300 Million raised in road toll fees

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Government says it has raised over K300 million in road toll fees between January and August this year.

Housing and Infrastructure Development Minister Ronald Chitotela has told a media briefing in Lusaka that government has demonstrated that it is viable to invest in the road sector.

He has since urged the private sector to seriously consider investing in the road sector.

And Mr. Chitotela the construction of the US$1.2 billion Lusaka/Ndola dual carriageway launched by President Edgar Lungu last week is part of the regional trunk road network.

He says the benefits that will accrue from the project will include improvement of the competitiveness of business in the areas served by the road by reducing road transit times and improving delivery schedules for cargo and passengers.

Mr Chitotela says the construction of the dual carriageway will also decongest Kabwe and Kapiri Mposhi central business districts through the provision of the bypass roads – Qfm.


One Response to K300 Million raised in road toll fees

  1. why don’t you do a dual carriage way from Lusaka to Livingstone..that is a very good and economical road..and now work on the bad patches on the Livingstone road..

    September 13, 2017 at 1:10 pm

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