Soon the completion of the bridge Bagatelle
29 Juin 2011
Work is progressing rapidly at the bridge of Bagatelle. Indeed, the arches of the bridge were placed on Monday and the work will be completed in July, two months before the opening of the mall.
The heat exchanger is designed to streamline the existing traffic and access in both directions at the mall in the village of Moka and its surroundings.
The bridge over the M1 halfway between the bridge and Reduces Colville Deverell and result in the closure of the junction at Martindale. Vehicles coming from Rose-Hill and accessing the motorway at Martindale, borrow a ramp to Allied Motors to join the motorway just before the bridge Colville. It is even planned to build a third way and another dedicated bus connecting the Plains-Wilhems in Port Louis.Motorists leaving the city in the afternoon enjoy a stop at Bagatelle to find a smoother flow after peak hours.
Designing ways of slowing down and acceleration has been provided for unobstructed access to the M1 motorway, without slowing the flow of automobiles. The construction, started in July 2010, are undertaken by a consortium of firms Rehm Grinaker-and Cogir. This work was planned so as not to cause any major impediment to traffic on this stretch of highway. All work was approved by the competent authorities and are subject to appropriate signage. The design technique was developed by the firm Sigma in collaboration with the Road Development Authority to take into account the future needs of the country in terms of road infrastructure.
These facilities are funded entirely by sponsors the total cost of Rs 575 M. They will be transferred to the responsible authorities who will manage to completion. The architecture of the Bagatelle bridge was designed by a team of foreigners and Mauritians. With its large steel arches illuminated at night, the bridge design offers a unique and neat. Exchanger and the surroundings of the highway will be embellished and decorated trees as part of a landscaping plan.