Harsha Says New Flyover Will Have Teething Problems For Two Weeks: "Feeder Roads And Lights Yet To Be Synchronized"

Policy Planning and Economic Affairs Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva there would be teething problems concerning the Rajagiriya flyover for about two weeks. 

"Please bear with us," the Deputy Minister, responding to a comments thread on Facebook over the seemingly increased traffic in the area after the opening of the flyover. 

"Still the feeder roads have not been closed and made one way and traffic lights have not been synchronized," the Deputy minister explained. 

Twitter was flooded with complaints this morning that the newly constructed flyover in Rajagiriya had not contributed to easing the traffic. 

Many motorists who travel daily to Colombo complained on @road.lk that traffic congestion was even worse on the Parliament road this morning.

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