|Length||37 mi (60 km)|
Designated in 2008|
Completion in 2012
|Roads in Uganda|
The road begins in the Busega neighborhood, in Lubaga Division, northwestern Kampala. It continues through Buloba, Bujuuko, and Zigoti, to end at Masaka, a distance of approximately 60 kilometres (37 mi).
Upgrade to bitumen surface
In 2009, work to upgrade the road surface to grade II bitumen class, with shoulders, culverts and drainage channels. The road was divided into two sections: (a) Busega–Muduuma, measuring 27 kilometres (17 mi), was contracted to Spencon Services Limited with Stirling Civil Engineering Limited (b) Muduuma–Mityana, measuring 30 kilometres (19 mi), was contracted to Dott Services Limited. Lea International Limited (Canada) was the supervising contractor for both sections. The road was successfully completed in 2012.
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