The Papua New Guinea government will allocate nearly 188 millon US dollars to build more roads in Port Moresby to cater for the increasing number of motor vehicles.
The Post Courier reports that the National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop says the NCD Commission and the government would build six flyovers in the capital to ease traffic.
The flyover over the Poreporena Highway and Waigani Drive, is estimated to cost between 22 and 38 million dollars.
Mr Parkop says the new roads have been tendered and are awaiting contractors.
He says the Moresby city road network takes on an average of 500 new vehicles every month.