Uganda: Kampala-Entebbe Expressway, World's Most Expensive Road?
The construction of the highway is costing a whopping U.S.$476 million, with a shocking cost of U.S.$9.2 million per kilometer over and above the average $2 million per kilometer road, local media reports.
Monitor, 30 December 2016
The media has been awash with several reports about the 51.4 kilometer Kampala-Entebbe Expressway being the most expensive road in the world. The reports have been informed by… Read more »
A section of the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway under construction.
Monitor, 12 December 2016
As the curtains close down on the first calendar year of the 10th Parliament, a marking guide on the formative stages of the House would give good grades to the Committee on… Read more »
Monitor, 19 November 2016
The government has begun a feasibility study for the construction of the Kampala Outer Beltway, also known as the Kampala Outer Ring Road. Read more »
Monitor, 24 October 2016
The former Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra) management paid Shs577b to suspected ghost claimants and in other dubious transactions during the process of land acquisitions for… Read more »
Observer, 14 October 2016
Pius Mugerwa Mugalaasi, the owner of the disputed rock along the Kampala-Entebbe expressway, has threatened to sue Uganda National Roads Authority for refusing to compensate him. Read more »
Observer, 14 September 2016
Allen Kagina refuses to pay government valuer's Shs 35bn, changes course of the road to pay just Shs 4bn Read more »
Observer, 22 August 2016
Construction of the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway has stalled over a rock that stands in the way, MPs heard last week. Read more »