Construction Ministry to reduce toll collections on some motorways

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Union Minister U Han Zaw holds the videoconference discussing easing of toll collections on some motorways and development undertakings in Ayeyawady Region. Photo: MNA

Union Minister for Construction U Han Zaw, Deputy Minister Dr Kyaw Lin and departmental officials held a videoconference discussing easing of toll collections on some motorways and development undertakings in Ayeyawady Region on Saturday.
According to the video meeting, the ministry will reduce half of toll collections on 24 gates and 62 bridges for six months, from June to November, due to COVID-19.
Director (Civil) of Road Department in Ayeyawady Region U Yan Naing Zaw first presented sector-wise progress of works in the region with the help of power point.
Directors (Civil) of Bridge Department’s Construction Team (1) U Kyaw Swar Tun and Construction Team (2) U Aung Thiha also reported on their projects to the meeting.
Deputy Director (Civil) from the Special Bridge Construction Team (15) of Bridge Department U Ye Naing Oo and Director (Civil) from the Special Bridge Construction Team (16) of Bridge Department Daw Thit Thit Aung discussed the construction works in the region with the help of power point.
Director (Civil) of Rural Road Development Department U Lin Hteik presented the works of overlaying concretes on the roads in Thabaung, Hinthada, Myaungmya, Einme, Danubyu and Labutta townships.
Director of Department of Urban and Housing Development U Nay Min Htet and Assistant Director (Civil) from the Construction Team (15) of Building Department U Mya Win explained the current and ongoing buildings projects in the region.
Upon the reports, the Union Minister and Deputy Minister expressed appreciations for the completion of upgrading Yangon-Pathein road, and upgrading bridges in cooperation with foreign experts.
The Union Minister expressed satisfactions for the construction of Pathein Bridge (2) which is soon to be
completed.
He also urged the officials to ensure workplace safety and try hard for the development of roads and bridges in the regions. —MNA (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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