Work continues on hinterland roads

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, August 21, 2019

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MOPI) has earmarked a number of roads in the hinterland region for rehabilitation for 2019 through 2020.

The ministry will be working along the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), the MOPI has reported.

Roads & Bridges identified for Maintenance and Construction /Rehabilitation by GGMC & MOPI (2019-2020)

Regions Maintenance Construction/Rehabilitation
1 Port Kaituma to Matthew’s Ridge (Road Signage) ●       4 Miles to Kwebanna

●       Roads in Santa Rosa and Islands

●       Melagi to Butterfly

●       M4 to Yarakita (Phase 2)

●       Wanania to Yarakita (Phase 3)

●       Road in Port Kaituma (Phase 3)

●       Mabaruma to Morawhanna

●        Baramita Bridges


7 Roads and Drains in Bartica Township




Kaburi Bridge


●       Itaballi to Puruni

●       Intersections in Bartica Township

●       Karrau to Buckhall (Phase 4)

●       Buckhall to Suddie (Phase 1)


●       Butakari Crossing to Bartica Potaro Road

●       Marshall Falls Road, Mile 14, Bartica-Potaro


8 Brian Sucre Junction to 3 Mile Junction



3 Mile Junction to Micobe Check Point




3 Mile Junction to El Paso (River Front)

●       Mango Landing to Mahdia

●       Mahdia Main Access to Airstrip (Phase 1)

●       Eagle Mountain Road


●       Mahdia Main Access to Airstrip (Phase 2)

●       Paramakatoi – Chenapau Road (Phase 1)

●       Karasabai – Kato Road (Phase 1)

●       Morrowa – Karisparu Trail (Phase 1)

9   ●       Annai to Lethem Road

●       Lethem Township Roads (Phase 4)

●       Deep South to Para Bara

●       Karasabai to Yurong Peru

●       Design and Construction of Rupununi Bridge

●       New Bridge Culvert at Bina Hill

●       New Bridge Culvert at Surama Junction


10 Wiscroc to Mile 0 Junction





Mile 0 Junction to Rockstone





Ya Ya Bridge (Linden-Mabura Road


●       Mabura to Mango Landing

●       Sherima to Rockstone

●       Kurupukari Landing to Mabura

●       Bamia Road

●       Wisroc to Mile 0 (Phase 2)


●       Orealla to Kwakwani (Phase 2)

●       Bissaruni (Phase 2)

●       Yukariba Road




●       Orealla to Moleson Creek (Phase 1)

*Commencement of works awaits the end of the rainy season


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