In an interview with a team of reporters at the just-ended Cabinet Retreat convened by President Sirleaf in Julijuah, Bomi County, Moore said the Liberian leader will on March 7 dedicate the 68.8 kilometer Gbarnga-to-Guinea border road.
He also disclosed that 136 kilometers of the 176 km Red Light-to-Gbarnga road has been done, while a significant portion of that road is expected to be completed before the rains begin.
The Public Works Minister revealed that work on the Somalia Drive Road is ongoing with the contractors currently constructing Water Crossing Sections, culverts and geo-technical for the bridges as well maintenance and alignment to ensure durability of the road.
According to Moore, the Gbarnga-to-Mendicorma road will begin in the dry season of 2017, blaming the delay in the start of the project to rejection of the initial design of the road by donors.
He noted that government is carrying out a design review after which work on the road will begin.
Moore also explained that the government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a Korean Company to do a feasibility study for the pavement of the road from Medina to Robertsport and another from Brewerville to Gbarpolu County.
He said following the completion of the study, plans are underway for the government to hire a Botswana construction and monitoring company to pave the 45 kilometer Medina-to-Robertsport road.
According to Moore, the Ministry of Public Works is doing major patches on the road from the Gabriel Tucker Bridge to St. Paul Bridge and from St. Paul Bridge to Bo-Water Side in Grand Cape Mount County.
He added that the European Union (EU) has hired a contractor to do maintenance of the road.
He pointed out that the government also intends to pave the road from Klay to D.C Clark in Bomi County as well as 51 kilometers of neighborhood roads in and around Monrovia.