A project financed by the Japanese Agency for International Cooperation
This interchange, a symbol of the excellent relations between Japan and the Ivory Coast, is situated on the outskirts of the towns of Marcory and Treichville, on the main urban 2x4 lane motorway of Abidjan. The increase in traffic in the area, with 135,000 vehicles a day currently, makes this interchange an absolute necessity, as are the other interchanges planned along the route. The project consists of building a main flyover that is 312 metres long and a secondary flyover of 210 metres in length. They will be supported by deep foundations and will have a continuous deck along the entire length made up of segments in prestressed concrete.