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Government Launches Survey On Quality of Road Networks

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URF Launches Start of Road User Satisfaction Survey

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Uganda Road Fund launches a survey to gauge the satisfaction of road users.

URF executive director Dr Eng Andrew Naimanye said they are undertaking periodic road user satisfaction surveys as a mechanism through which road users can provide feedback.

UGX 1.2Tn required for road maintenance

In this interview with NTV Uganda, Dr Andrew Naimanye, the Acting Executive Director of the Uganda Road Fund talks about the need to increase the budget. At least approximately 1. 2 trillion shillings is immediately required to strengthen the maintenance of the country's road infrastructure in some parts particularly the Central Region where the network continues to deteriorate. Dr Andrew Naimanye, the Acting Executive Director of the Uganda Road Fund, who was unveiling the 2021 Road User Satisfaction Survey says outcomes will be used to strengthen planning and more efficiency in road infrastructure services.

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