The Project road forms a component of the vital international highway connecting Uganda to the port of Mombasa on the Kenya coast. Moreover, this international highway also functions as the primary transit corridor for transportation of imports via Kenya and Uganda to other land-locked countries west of Uganda, primary amongst which are Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi and Sudan. The proposed new construction aims to relieve severe traffic congestion with substantially increased traffic capacity and reduced travel time.


ICS have been contracted to undertake a feasibility study and detailed engineering design for a new tolled freeway from Kampala, capital of Uganda to the second biggest town of Jinja 80 km in easterly direction of the capital. The project comprises of a divided 8-lane new road over the 4 km, 6-lane to Mukono town and 4-lane road between Mukono to end of Project in Jinja town. The design include over 6 major interchanges and link roads to all major towns along the road, over 60 bridges including Roads over Bridges and crossing of water structures, fencing throughout the length of the road, lighting and toll plazas.





Kampala Jinjay Proposed video


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