The 72-kilometer Dogolo-Protection Road asphalt road project is expected to be completed this year.
According to Samson Wondimu, head of communication at the Ethiopian Roads Authority, more than 40 km of asphalt road has been paved so far. You spoke on the radio.
He said efforts are underway to complete the remaining works in the current budget year and open the road to the traffic.
Indigenous Sunshine Construction Plc is undertaking the construction. The line is located in the South Wollo Zone of the Amhara National Regional State.
Upon completion, the road will benefit the producers and consumers, especially the Abba Giorgis Z-Gascha Monastery and the Sheikh Hussein Mosque.
The sidewalk is 21 meters wide in the woreda, 12 meters wide in the kebele and 8 to 10 meters wide in the rural areas, he told Bisserat Radio.