Kuisebmond-B2 intersection open for traffic – proves within hours to ease traffic burden

The newly constructed intersection connecting Khomas Hochland Street in Kuisebmond to the B2 coastal road was recently opened for traffic. In the first hours it proved to lessen the traffic burden on the Narraville-B2 intersection.

The road that was constructed at a cost of approximately N$5.5 million which included the installation of streetlights and the relocating of palm trees.
The official opening was attended by the Mayor of Walvis Bay, Cllr Trevino Forbes, the Erongo Regional Governor, Cllr Neville André, the Regional Councillor for the Walvis Bay Rural Constituency, Cllr Florian Donatus, as well as several other municipal councillors.
The intersection is a welcome relief to motorists as it provides a new access to Kuisebmond and will reduce traffic volumes at the Narraville/B2 intersection.
In his keynote address, Governor Andre applauded the municipality of Walvis Bay for addressing challenges faced by the community and road users.

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