Mbarara-Kikagati Road is a road in southwestern Uganda, connecting the city of Mbarara in Mbarara District and the town of Kikagati in Isingiro District, at the border between Uganda and Tanzania. The road continues into Tanzania as Highway B182
The Mbarara-Kikagati Road, starts at Mbarara and then passes through Gayaza, Isingiro, Kibwera and ends in Kikagati, a distance of approximately 62 kilometres (39 mi). The coordinates of the road near Isingiro in Isingiro District are:00 51 36S, 30 46 12E (Longitude:-0.8600; Latitude:30.7700).
The road, previously made of unsealed gravel, has been earmarked for conversion to a sealed bitumen surface. Work on tarmacking the road will begin in June 2010. The World Bank is funding the construction costs of upgrading the road from gravel to bitumen.
The following landmarks lie close or near the Mbarara-Kikagati Road:
- The city of Mbarara in Mbarara District, the largest city in Western Uganda
- The town of Gayaza, in Mbarara District, approximately 12 kilometres (7.5 mi), south of Mbarara.
- The town of Isingiro, the headquarters of Isingiro District, approximately 35 kilometres (22 mi), south of Mbarara.
- The town of Kikagati at the border of Uganda and Tanzania, approximately 62 kilometres (39 mi), south of Mbarara
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