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Upgrade of the Qumza Highway - Phase 7, Mdantsane, BCMM, Eastern Cape

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Upgrade of the Qumza Highway - Phase 7, Mdantsane, BCMM, Eastern Cape

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Royal HaskoningDHV have been appointed as independent EAP by the project proponent, the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality (BCMM), to apply for EA, including a BAR and EMPr to the Eastern Cape DEDEAT for the proposed Upgrade of the Qumza Highway – Phase 7, Mdantsane, BCMM, Eastern Cape, development. The proposed development comprises an approximate 4.21km road upgrade of the Qumza Highway between Jiba Road, at the entrance to the Mdantsane City Mall (S32°56’10.0”; E27°44’19.4”) and the Golden Highway (S32°55’33.0”; E27°42’15.2”). The road upgrade is proposed with the aim to alleviate traffic congestion and improve the safety of road users. The existing road comprise a single carriageway, 6.8m wide; the road will be upgraded to a 14m wide carriageway with two (2) traffic lanes in each direction. Widening of the carriageway includes widening of drainage structures, reconstruction of pavement structures and relocation of services to the new road edge.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 09:34

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10090

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