Liberians in three counties – Bong, Margibi, and Grand Bassa – have expressed grave concern over the abandonment of bus terminals by the National Transit Authority.
The Liberian government and the World Bank have signed three financing agreements worth US$157 million that will connect Zwedru to Monrovia by paved roads.
The Liberian government has signed an agreement with the People’s Republic of China to construct two overpass bridges along Tubman Boulevard.
Dangerous conditions at a key bridge linking River Gee and Grand Kru have led regular users to call on the government for intervention.
Traditional leaders in Grand Kru say they are concerned that illegal sand mining near a major bridge could undermine the bridge’s structure and jeopardize the county’s connection to nearby Maryland.
Not long after 66km of paved roads linking Maryland and the Ivorian border were dedicated, residents are already reaping many benefits from the construction, with some reporting that public transportation fares have reduced by over 75 percent.
Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has broken grounds for an administrative building in Geegbarn Administrative District, located on the outskirts of Grand Bassa’s second electoral district.
The Liberia Electricity Corporation has been granted six new licenses to operate in several capacities in the energy sector.