Key data

  • Client: Ministry of Mines, Public Works, Transport, Post and Telecommunications
  • Planning: 2012
  • Construction: 2012-2014
  • Scope of planning:

    Basic Evaluation 
    Preliminary Design
    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
    Detailed Design
    Preparation of Tender documents
    Participation during the Bid Procedures
    Construction and Site Supervision  

Construction of Lomé’s Bypass Road
Between the Port and RN1

The population of Togo’s capital city has grown rapidly over recent years. However, the road network has never been upgraded to match the increase in population. Heavy goods vehicles circulate to and from the port and cause severe problems in the centre of Lomé. A bypass road linking the port to the main road RN1 in the north of Lomé has therefore been planned. Within the framework of a project funded by the German Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), Inros Lackner was commissioned with the complete planning of the bypass road including the elaboration of tender documents and the local site supervision of the construction of 6.6 km road.

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