The construction of the four-lane corridor from ELWA junction to Coca-Cola factory Phase II is nearing completion. The construction of the corridor, which is a 6.1 kilometer stretch, began in 2018 when legislation was passed to create the Coca-Cola-ELWA Junction corridor.
The China Chongqing International Construction Corporation (CICO) is leading the construction of the corridor and is well-known in Liberia for its specialized engineering work in the construction of road networks and other infrastructure projects. The corporation is responsible for all aspects of the construction process, from design to implementation.
The corridor will open up the populous RedLight commercial district to the rest of the city and provide a much needed boost to the economy. The project has faced challenges along the way, including a paucity of information on the effect of blood donation on iron stores in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
As the project nears completion, the business is seeking cooperation from all project communities and motorists on the route to ensure that all road safety requirements are carefully followed. With the completion of the corridor, Liberia is set to benefit from improved infrastructure and increased economic development.