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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE WILL BE A ROADS REHABILITATION WORKS CITY WIDE

The motoring public is hereby notified of the ongoing Roads Rehabilitation Works within the City of Bulawayo in a bid to improve the state of the road network. The Works will involve reconstruction, resurfacing, reinstating of carriageway markings, re-gravelling and other general maintenance works.

The works will resume on the 20th September 2022 and are expected to be completed by the 16th December 2022. Once completed these works will prolong the life of the carriageway, improve road safety and ride quality.

The works will be carried out on the following roads:

Road Name Section Scope of Works
Woodville Park road Harare road to Railway line Overlay
Huggins road Luveve Road to Luveve Police station Overlay
Fairbridge Way Cecil Avenue and Philips drive Overlay
Ward 17 (unnamed roads) 10m gravel roads Re-gravelling
Ward 20 (unnamed roads) 10m gravel roads Re-gravelling
Ward 22 (unnamed roads) 10m gravel roads Re-gravelling
Ward 27 (unnamed roads) 10m gravel roads Re-gravelling
Caxton Rd/Wisbech Rd/Walsall Rd Batch street to Woodstock Reconstruction
Maduma road Intemba Rd to S J Ngwenya Shops Reconstruction
Luveve 5 roads Percy Ibbotson Rd to Kabalanto Rd; and Gulukudwane to Kabalanto road. Reconstruction
Murchison road Scone drive to Adair drive Reconstruction
Chipping Way/Inverleith Dr Burnside road to Burnside road Reseals
Hospital road Ngcebetsha Rd to Ziyaphapha drive Reseals
St Albans Dr /Balley road Harare road to George Avenue. Reseals

To ensure the safety of both the motoring public and workforce whilst carrying out the Works, the following traffic management system will be in place:


    • Full carriageway closure of sections with traffic being diverted accordingly; and

    • Lane closures where necessary.

Every effort has been made to ensure disruption to traffic, businesses and residents is kept to a minimum. However, the road closure will inevitably cause some disruption, and for this, the City of Bulawayo wishes to apologise in advance.

The motoring and the general public are advised to exercise extreme caution when entering and leaving the Works locations, observe all warning signs and to follow the diversion route signs.

The City of Bulawayo would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

ADVERT NO : 12026
DATE : Tuesday, 20 September 2022

S. ZHOU ACTING TOWN CLERK

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