Eucalyptus trees found near the end of the estate of the Late Besuel Kiwanuka. The image was before any road construction works started.
A few years ago, what is seen as the part of Entebbe Express Highway was in most part forest land with Snakes and Monkeys to mention a few. Things have changed and there is a lot of work going on. This among others involves working on drainage given that it is swampy in many areas with a lot of water. In other instances, small bridges are being worked on where the Express Highway has a feeder road crossing it. There is a lot of filling with murram and trucks are busy doing this.
Viewing the section of the road works from the grave of the Late Besuel Kiwanuka
Road works just below the land of the Estate of the Late Besuel Kiwanuka.
Soil has been filled to get to the level seen in the photo
Works on going on the road
THE SECTION OF THE ROAD WHERE A FEEDER ROAD MEETS ENTEBBE EXPRESS HIGHWAY
The photo above shows a part of Entebbe Express Highway where it meets a local feeder road. There is going to be a bridge at this place. Entebbe Express Highway will pass on top, while the local road connection is through under the Express highway.
In the photo, the upper part is where the feeder road comes from joining the lower part which will be by bridge. The feeder road access will be below the Express Highway which will pass on top.
Below, (the red structures) are the support structures which will hold the bridge as the top is being made for the Express Highway under construction.