Our Roads Are in a Terrible State. NIA Asks: Is Political Favoritism to Blame?



3 thoughts on “Our Roads Are in a Terrible State. NIA Asks: Is Political Favoritism to Blame?

  1. We drove on roads in the Blue Mountains, where one wonders how long it can still be driven on opposite lanes. How long can huge trucks drive on such roads? What is the impact on the economy if the road conditions do not improve soon? Questions over questions, we look forward to answers.

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    1. Hmm. Those roads have been neglected for a long time. With all the storms and rains we have had, they have deteriorated. I don’t think huge trucks should be driving on them. The state of the roads in the Blue Mountains mostly affects residents (who are quite few) and farmers, especially coffee farmers.

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