A good and well-managed transportation system ensures a smooth flow of good and services. Such as system to some extent, alleviates the adverse effects of spatial inequity. The major mode of movement within the District is by road transportation. The current system does not replique montre rolex facilitate efficient and direct intra-district movement.
Classification of Roads
There are about 55 kilometers of first class roads in the District. These are contained in portions of the Accra-Akosombo road, the Somanya-Akuse road, the replicas relojes Nkurakan-Asesewa road and the Somanya-Kpong road. The Accra-Akosombo road carries the heaviest volume of traffic, breitling replica much of which exogenous to the District.
The Somanya-Kpong road carries much traffic between the Yilo and Manya Districts. The other two roads carry traffic mostly within the District. There are about 260 kilometres of third class roads within the District. Some are gravel roads of fairly good condition such as the Huhunya-Agogo road. Others, like the Odumase-Oborkpah road, are of very bad conditions.
Towns in Lower Manya
Kpong, Krobo Odumase, Agormanya, Asesewa, Akuse, Manya Kpongunor, Nuaso, Atua, Akateng, Sekesua, Anyaboni Quarters, Asite Mannnwam, Akotoe Dorse/Kyerebuanya, Akokoma Sisi, Brepaw Sisi, Kwadjonya (Kojonya), Battorkope/Kwabia Battor, Amedeka, Ponponyya Puorkpe, Otrokper.