Parts of the Kaneshie first light road will be closed to traffic from Sunday March 3, for the construction of an underground drainage.
The project will see contractors cut through the road in front of Accra Academy to the Mataheko end of the road.
The closure, which will last for 30 days is to help reduce perennial flooding in that area which has sometimes led to death and the destruction of property.
The about seven million cedis project is being undertaken by the Department of Urban Roads and the GAMA project under the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources.
Motorists who use Kaneshie First Light and beyond on the Winneba road would in the mean time, use alternative routes to enhance traffic flow.
Motorist from Kwame Nkrumah Interchange may divert through Feo Oyeo (Ghanaian Times) or Awudome roads unto the Nii Asere Ayittey Road behind Accra Academy School to get onto the Winneba road.
Motorists from Kaneshie Pamprom area may divert through Nii Teiko Din, Awudome road and other connecting roads unto the Winneba road.
Those using the Graphic road may divert onto the Ring Road West and other concerning roads and connect to the main road.