Driving in the Ethiopian capital is to become considerably easier following the installation of around 350 road signs including direction and distance signs and other information panels. The signs are being erected on the 33.3 km ring road leading from Megenagna in the east to Wingate Junction in the northwest, as well as along major roads leading into and out of the city. The 17 million birr project is being undertaken by the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), which also built the ring road and is currently engaged in several other major road-building projects in the capital. The road signs were made in China.

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