• Rehabilitation and Resealing of the Chikhwawa – Ngabu – Bangula Road (M1) The 81.7 km Chikwawa – Ngabu – Bangula Road  is a section of the main backbone road designated as M1 which traverses across Malawi  from  Karonga in the Northern region of Malawi to Marka in Nsanje in the south. As a section of the main road, and its significance to the economy, the Malawi Government identified funds to rehabilitate and reconstruct ...
  • Lilongwe City West Bypass                   THE MULTINATIONAL NACALA ROAD CORRIDOR PHASE 1 – LILONGWE WEST BY-PASS PROJECT      The Lilongwe Western By-Pass is part of the Nacara Road Corridor. The Nacara Corridor starts from Mozambique at Chiponde and traverses down the escarpment on M03 to Liwonde through Mangochi town. From Liwonde it connects to Lilongwe City on M01 before ending at ...
  • Nacala Road Corridor Development Project Phase 4 The Nacala Road Corridor Development project is a joint project between the countries of Malawi, Mozambique, and Zambia. It seeks to develop a transport  infrastructure that links the Indian Ocean Port of Nacala in Mozambique  to Malawi, and through Malawi into Zambia and beyond. The corridor starts from Nacala Port in Mozambique to  the Malawi boarder town of Chiponde. ...
  • Rehabilitation of Mzuzu-NkhataBay Road (M5) The road from Mzuzu to Nkhata-Bay is a 46km long. It connects the Mzuzu City – biggest city in the North to the Nkhata-Bay on the shores of Lake Malawi. The road was built in the early seventies and had bitumen however the road has since leaved its life span and has since deteriorated making travelling along ...
  • Lilongwe Old airport – Kwanyanda- Santhe (S117) and Kasiya Spur (T342) Road Project The 95 km long, Lilongwe Old Airport-Kwanyanda-Santhe (S117) and Kasiya spur (T342) road project starts from the M12  ( the Lilongwe to Mchinji road). It extends westwards passing through Nsalu-Kabudula and Kwanyanda Trading Centres. It joins the the M18 at Santhe Trading Centre in Kasungu District. The project involves upgrading of the existing earth road to class 1 bitumen standard, ...
  • Upgrading of Lirangwe-Chingale-Machinga Road Project The 61.2 km long, Lirangwe-Chingale-Machinga Road designated as S139 starts at Lirangwe Trading Centre in Blantyre District. It extends northwards passing through Chingale and Chinseu Trading Centres. The road passes through the gentle undulating plains of the western side of Zomba mountain traversing through swampy areas at Chingale. The project works will involve upgrading the existing earth standard ...
  • Upgrading of Rumphi-Nyika-Chitipa Road Project The upgrading of Rumphi-Nyika-Chitipa road is one of the planned/upcoming project in the pipeline. Traversing a length of 272 km, the project will upgrade two roads designated as Main roads (M24 road from Rumphi  District – Nyika and M09 from Nyika-  Chitipa. Currently the road is of earth standard and will be upgraded to bitumen Class 1. ...
  • Upgrading of Jenda-Edingeni Road Project The project is for upgrading of 53 km  long road to bitumen standard – class 1 from Jenda to Edingeni. The carriage way will be widened to 6.7m and have a 1.5m sealed shoulders on either side. It is classified as a Secondary and is designated as (S112) and is located in the administrative Northern Region of Malawi. The road is ...
  • Thyolo – Thekerani – Muona – Bangula Road (S151) Thyolo – Thekerani – Muona – Bangula Road (S115)  is a 92km long stretch from a  Trading Centre near Thyolo District and extends southwards to Bangula Trading Centre in Nsanje District. The project is for upgrading of the existing earth road to Bitumen Standard Class 1 including several bridges, box and Armco culverts. The works will involve ...
  • Upgrading of Zomba – Jali – Phalombe – Chitakale Road (S144/S147) The Zomba-Jali-Phalombe-Chitakale is a 102 km long road project that starts from Zomba Air wing through trading centres of Jali, Misewu-Folo, Phalombe Boma and ends at Chitakale right at the foot of great Mulanje Mountain in the Southern region of Malawi. The project is co-financed by the Malawi Government and cooperating partners:-Kuwait Fund, Opec Fund for ...