The interchange at roundabout Caudan ready in October
26 Juillet 2011
The interchange to replace the roundabout Caudan begins to take shape. The workers take turns day and night to make it passable by late September or early October.
The government has built to facilitate access to the South and the North. Thus, motorists will not have to bifurcate the Caudan roundabout. The heat exchanger is above the roundabout, which will allow other drivers to continue to use it to move to Les Salines and surrounding areas. It was not until late September 2011 that the work is completed, said a senior official of the Road Development Authority (RDA). "This project will cost approximately Rs 108 million to the government. The contractor decided to undertake the work in the day to advance the project, otherwise they are at night to avoid disrupting traffic. There will be four lanes, two in each direction, which will be connected to other roads that are being built. "
The police reported that all vehicles coming from the south to enter Port-Louis is imperative to go through the roundabout Caudan.
"Every day we nearly 35,000 vehicles crossing the roundabout Caudan at peak times, that is to say from 7:30 to 9:30. With this interchange, vehicles will enter and exit faster Port-Louis, not stuck in traffic. The government is going to solve this thorny problem of traffic congestion. "