- The Minister of Roads and Highways has disclosed that plans are underway to relocate the toll booth at Kasoa
- Kwasi Amoako Atta says if that is done, it will go a long way to ease the vehicular traffic on that stretch
- He said the ministry has realised that it is impossible to expand the gates at the booth because of a valley in that area
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Over the years, commuters and motorists have complained of the bottleneck traffic that is usually spotted around the Kasoa toll booth and have constantly asked for a possible relocation.
Due to this, most people are forced to endure long hours of traffic daily due to the toll booth’s current position.
In view of this, the Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako Atta, has disclosed that plans are underway to relocate the toll booth at Kasoa.
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According to him, if the feasibility studies being carried out on the possible relocation of the toll booth works out, it will go a long way to ease the vehicular traffic on that stretch.
In a report filed by Graphic.com.gh, he said the ministry has realised that it is impossible to expand the gates at the booth because of a valley in that area.
He added that considerations are underway as to whether or not it should be relocated from that spot.
Amoako Atta said the feasibility studies were not limited to just the toll booth at Kasoa but to all such toll booths across the country where similar vehicular traffic bottlenecks occur at peak periods.
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Source: Yen Newspaper