ArcelorMittal Ensures Safe Travel with Road Maintenance in Buchanan

In Buchanan City, ArcelorMittal’s team of engineers and heavy equipment operators have started road maintenance work, ensuring the safety and reliability of vital laterite roads across the city.

These roads play a crucial role in connecting communities and facilitating transportation for residents and businesses around the port city.

Of the road connectivity effort’s recent accomplishments is the completion of the New Buchanan to the Loop Road, which has been successfully upgraded and is now ready for use.

However, AML said its efforts don’t stop there, as it is currently focused on improving the Bacconie Community Road, with ongoing maintenance work in progress.

Looking ahead, ArcelorMittal’s Road maintenance schedule includes several other key roads that are in need of attention in Buchanan city.

Among these are the Upper Buchanan Road, Kilby Street, Pipeline to Grand Bassa University Road, Open Bible Road, and various other alleys and avenues throughout the city which the company has committed to rehabilitate ahead of the rainy season.

The company said by prioritizing these areas for maintenance, it aims to address potential hazards, such as potholes and erosion, and ensure smoother and safer journeys for all road users.

The team of engineers it says is committed to delivering high-quality maintenance services to enhance the overall infrastructure of Buchanan City and promote economic development in the coastal city.

The company simultaneously encourages residents to exercise caution and patience while its teams carry out their work.

ArcelorMittal has regularly Ben involved with the road maintenance efforts in Grand Bassa, Bong and NIMBA counties over the years.

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