Traffic Jams in Lusaka to end

Heavy Traffic on one of the roads in Lusaka

Heavy Traffic on one of the roads in Lusaka

The Lusaka City Council [LCC] has said Traffic jams will soon end in the city following the commencement of the Link  Lusaka 400 Road Project which will see the construction of Ring Roads and Road expansions around the city.

LCC Assistant Director of Road Engineering Mainza Simwinga said when she featured on a privately owned radio programme, Phoenix, in Lusaka the capital of Zambia today January 25, 2013 that the project was already underway and the Contractor was already on sight.

Simwinga said the project was aimed at building more roads which will even allow for having specific roads for minibuses and ambulances.

She called on members of the public to bear with the council for lagging behind in implementing infrastructural development projects because more money was needed for such adding that funds were now available for such an undertaking.

Meanwhile LCC Quality Surveyor Joseph Katebe has called on business houses in Lusaka the Capital of Zambia to expedite the upgrading of their business premises so that they can improve the outlook of the city.

Katebe said business houses had a duty to make sure that their premises where up to  the expected standard.

Meanwhile Katebe has said the council was concerned about the many uncompleted buildings in the city and called on the owners to quickly complete the buildings.