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SMEC
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Zanzibar’s
first
double
carriage
flyovers
This Zanzibar Development Vision 2050 (ZDV50) is a long-term national development plan formulated to guide Zanzibar’s overall development agenda through to 2050.

As part of this plan, the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communication and Transport of Zanzibar has planned vital architectural and landscaping improvements, including design and construction of the first double carriage flyovers on the island. This project has great potential to contribute towards fast-expanding business and tourism activities in Zanzibar City.

Proposed Flyover at Amani Roundabout Concept Design: 2-lane dual carriageway

SMEC is collaborating with the Contractor, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), to undertake the design and build of over 100 km of priority roads in Zanzibar’s main urban centre, known as the Rehabilitation and Improvement of Urban Roads Project. CCECC developed the Concept Designs and has appointed SMEC as their design engineer.

Proposed Flyover at Mwanakwerekwe, Concept Design: 2-lane dual carriageway flyover

The Rehabilitation and Improvement of Urban Roads project adds to the extensive road portfolio that SMEC has developed in Tanzania over the last two decades and affirms our credentials as a reliable development partner for our clients in the region.

The new roads networks will have rainwater tunnels, street lights, and inclusive paths to accommodate pedestrians, bicycles, and people with disabilities. The project is expected to be completed by 2025.

Current road conditions include unpaved roads, poor drainage, and no road markings
100
kilometres
total length of roads to be rehabilitated and upgraded
150
individual roads designed as part of the project
2
grade-separated interchanges at Mwanakwerekwe & Amani Roundabouts

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