Police diverts traffic as Museveni unveils Kampala flyover

Kampala Metropolitan police commander CP. moses Kafeero , Deputy director Traffic CP Mugisha Bazir , Air wing commander, the Police Spokesman SSP Emilian Kayima and the deputy commandant Marines addressing the media

Police has issued traffic guidelines for Wednesday December 19, 2018 when President Museveni flags off construction of Kampala flyover project.

It’s a season for mega infrastructure projects for transformation, according to presidential press secretary, Lindah Nabusayi.

The Uganda National Roads Authority will officially launch the Kampala Fly over Project with President Museveni as the chief guest.

According to UNRA director for roads and bridges development, Samuel Muhoozi, the flyover will be constructed by a Japanese contractor at a cost of Shs295bn.

“Please take note of the following diversions tomorrow around Kampala City,” police said in a statement.

It added: “We appeal to your patience during this period. The Uganda Traffic Police will be at hand for guidance.”

The launch is expected take place Kafumba Mukasa Road. The ministers, invited guests and the general public will grace the occasion, according to Kampala Metropolitan traffic commander, SSP Norman Musinga.

There will be normal traffic flow along Queen’s Way from the City Centre.

Motorists from Entebbe heading to City Centre will be diverted at Zana Round About, Stella-Namasuba Junction and Kibuye Round about.

Mengo Hill road will be closed to the general public and traffic will be diverted to Kisenyi and Kibuye Round about.

Traffic will be diverted from Kafumbe Mukasa Road (St Balikuddembe) to Kisenyi Road.

Motorists from the city centre will not be allowed to access Katwe Wansi and Kafumbe Mukasa Road.



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