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Mubende–Kakumiro–Kibaale–Kagadi Road

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South end:  Mubende
Length  107 km
North end:  Kagadi
Major cities  Kagadi, Mubende, Kibaale
History:  Designation in 2015 Expected completion TBD

Mubende–Kakumiro–Kibaale–Kagadi Road is a road in Uganda's Central Region and Western Region, connecting the towns of Mubende in Mubende District to Kakumiro, Kibaale and Kagadi in Kibaale District.



The road starts at Mubende, at the Kampala-Fort Portal highway, about 150 kilometres (93 mi) west of the Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The road continues in a northerly direction to Kakumiro, about 33 kilometres (21 mi), north of Mubende. From Kakumiro, the road turns westwards to Kibaale, and then northwestwards to Kagadi where in joins the Kyenjojo–Kabwoya Road, a distance of about 75 kilometres (47 mi) from Kakumiro. The coordinates of the road near Kibaale are 0°46'14.0"N, 31°05'17.0"E (Latitude:0.770556; Longitude:31.088056).

Upgrading to bitumen

As far back as 2010, the Uganda government began making plans to tarmac this road. However, by May 2015, work on the road was yet to begin. As at November 2014, bid evaluation was ongoing. The road works are fully funded by the government of Uganda.


Mubende–Kakumiro–Kibaale–Kagadi Road Wikipedia

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