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Medine Group partners with Mauritian government for road project

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Medine Group and the Road Development Authority (RDA) have just signed an agreement regarding the implementation of the Pierrefonds to Cascavelle Road Segment project of the Flic-en-Flac Bypass.

The cost of approximately Rs 950 million for the implementation of the project will be equally shared between the RDA and Medine.

Medine Group will put at the disposal of the RDA, 162.49 Arpents on which will be constructed the La Vigie-La Brasserie-Beaux Songes Link Road and the segment Cascavelle to Pierrefonds.

The project is scheduled to kickstart on April 2023 and is expected to be completed by April 2025.

The Flic-en-Flac Bypass is the second phase of the East-West Connector project; the first phase being the La Vigie-La Brasserie-Beaux Songes Link Road project, which is already being implemented. 

The segment from Pierrefonds to Cascavelle includes the following works:

  • Construction of approximately 5.2Km long single carriageway from the junction with Black River Road (A3) to the new roundabout at Pierrefonds which can be later upgraded to a dual carriageway by the RDA;
  • Construction of a grade separate junction at Cascavelle, featuring an elliptical roundabout, at the intersection with A3 Road;
  • Construction of one roundabout to connect Flic-en-Flac Road (B34) and its connection to Flic-en-Flac Road;
  • Construction of an approximately 72 m long bridge near Beaux Songes;
  • Construction of two roundabouts near Geoffroy Road (B91) to connect to Palma Road (B2) including a road of 400 m long to link to Flic-en-Flac Bypass;
  • Construction of raised footpaths, cycle lane, drains and retaining structures;
  • Construction of bus laybys and shelters;
  • Provision of road lighting and safety equipment such as traffic lights, road markings, reflective road studs, traffic signs, informative panels, handrails, guardrails, concrete barriers, amongst others.;
  • Displacement of utility services; and
  • Landscaping works.

Original article at GIS Mauritius

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