By Jack Lapauve Jnr – EMTV News, Port Moresby
The Australian funded works to maintain more than 120
The K20 million project includes replacing of culverts, patching of potholes, and full-width pavement repairs through to 2020.
Australian Minister Counsellor, Benedict David, says this will improve the condition of the road while extending its lifecycle.
Initial work to clear the roadsides is already making travel safer for pedestrians and vehicles using the Sepik Highway. The project is being delivered through the Papua New Guinea – Australia Transport Sector Support Program