Highway restoration and reinforcement project in Togo completed
The No. 34 National Highway Restoration and Reinforcement Project, undertaken by CRBC in Togo, saw completion of the asphalt concrete paving for its main line recently. With a total length of 60.5 kilometers, the project is a main traffic road connecting the capital Lomé to Vogang. After completion, it will effectively improve the travel conditions for major towns along the route, between Togo’s phosphate mining area and Lomé, and drive the regional economic development.
The project has been adhering to localized development. Since commencing construction in 2017, it has provided over 1,100 jobs for local people. Beyond that, the project helped repair school facilities, build evaporation ponds and other drainage equipment for villagers, actively contributing to the development along the line.