The leadership of the Accra Mayor, Dr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije has brought tremendous development to the City of Accra, with many major projects undertaken to ensure the dream of having a Millennium City is realized.
In view of these remarkable achievements, the City of Accra can boast of many developments under the unique leadership of Hon. Alfred Vanderpuije.
10. Successful transformation of the High Street into a one-way street and named after former President John Fifi Atta Mills.
12. Electoral Area project throughout the Metropolis. Over 6,938 No. street lights have been installed since 2009 under the Electoral Area Project and 5,237 others repaired during the same period.
13. Have produced 16 new designs for the redevelopment of the Polyclinics in Accra.
14. Have mobilized assorted Health equipment and supplies from the USA for distribution to various Polyclinics in Accra.
15. Decongestion and beautification of the city that has led to the restoration of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, reduction in crime in the city and reduction of accidents (according to the Road Safety Commission), Tema Station and Odawna.
16. As of August 2011, he has moved 2257 employees of AMA from 2006 salary status to 2009and plans are far advanced to move staff to 2011 levels.
21. Awarded 750,000USD by UN Habitat to undertake Community Upgrading in Ga Mashie.
23. The AMA with the support of the Social Investment Fund (SIF) in the implementation of the Social Inclusion Transfer (SIT) with an amount of GHc 510,665.00 distributed to 3,261 beneficiaries.
26. Established an Exchange programme for Assembly Members. Two batches of about 30 Assembly Members visited Columbia, South Carolina Legislature.
27. Rehabilitated OSU Market, Tuesday Market, and Adabraka Market and have provided sheds at Maamobi, Nima, and Mallam Atta Markets. It is preparing grounds to reconstruct Mallam Market.
28. The Ga Traditional Council offices and the durbur grounds are being refurbished.
29. Collaborating with relevant sector Ministries department and Agencies to implement the Bus Rapid Transit Project.
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