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Ministry of Public Infrastructure divulges progress of Diamond-Ogle Road

In a press release, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure updated the public on the progress of the Diamond to Ogle Road.



The Ministry of Public Infrastructure wishes to advise the general public that the Consultancy Services for the Design of the East Bank – East Coast Road Linkage Project (Diamond to Ogle) commenced on April 13, 2018 with the executing agency being RITES Ltd., an Indian Public Sector company.

The duration of the consultancy is 10 months while the cost is US$1.321M.

The design will serve to reduce congestion and traffic delays by providing commuters with an alternative route linking the East Coast and East Bank corridors. This will also alleviate traffic congestion within Georgetown as desirous persons will now be able to circumvent the City.

The design will also be integrated with existing roads which will allow commuters improved connectivity into the City and along the East Bank and East Coast of Demerara. The existing roads that are to be connected are:

  1. Ogle Airport Road
  2. Aubrey Barker Road
  3. Haags Bosch Road
  4. Mocha Arcadia Road
  5. Diamond Access Road

Topographic surveys are scheduled along the corridors mentioned above, as such, occupants along these corridors are kindly asked to cooperate with the surveying team during the execution of these works.

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