Yangon Region govt develops construction of production road in Twantay

The Yangon Region government has announced the construction of a production road in the Shwemayin area of Twantay Township to facilitate the flow of commodities, according to a report. The road will stretch from Mamyosu through Kin Village, Khayangyi, Khayanwa, Yaytwingon, and Kwinpauk in the Shwemayin area.
On 1 March, Yangon Region Chief Minister U Soe Thein and regional ministers inspected the progress of the production road. Currently, the construction of an earthern road measuring 2,400 feet in length and 19 feet in width, with a thickness of six inches, from Kwinpauk Village to the creek has been completed. The chief minister and his team also assessed the construction of a parking lot, which is 300 feet long, 100 feet wide, and seven inches thick, situated at the junction of Shwemayin Creek and Kwinpauk Creek.
This road provides the shortest route for transporting goods from Shwemayin along Kwinpauk Creek, saving time and enabling local products to reach the market promptly. The chief minister emphasized the importance of adhering to standards and meeting deadlines for the projects. Additionally, he urged preparations for water management within Kwinpauk Village to prevent flooding during the rainy season, clearance of undergrowth along village streets, and promotion of vegetable cultivation.
Upon completion of the production road, various sectors, including agriculture, fish farming, healthcare, economy, education, and social welfare in the Shwemayin area of Twantay Township, are expected to experience development. 

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar

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