227 Million Dollars worth of internal roads completed in Dubai

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227 Million Dollars worth of internal roads completed in Dubai

227 Million Dollars worth of internal roads completed in Dubai

Dubai’s Road & Transport Authority reported that its office has fulfilled the construction of internal road works valued at about 835 million dirhams or 227.3 million dollars throughout the sixteen areas in Dubai.

Come April of this year, the newly constructed lanes in Al Nahda and Al Mamzar valued to be 118 million dirham or 32 million dollars will be opened.

In the meant time, road construction at Nad Al Sheba 4 that is valued at 89 million dirham or 14.2 million dollars is scheduled to be completed by the last quarter of 2017.

These road developments are partly contained in the one billion dirham or 272.2 million dollars 5-year plan approved by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, VP and PM of the United Arab Emirates & Ruler of Dubai.

Road and Transport Authority’s Dir. Gen. and Chairman of the Exec. Directors’ Board made this statement regarding the development:

“In April, RTA will open the inner roads project at Al Mamzar &Nahda 1, which includes four districts – North & South of Cairo St. (District 134) as well as North and South of Baghdad St. (District 231).

The project development includes the creation of one lane as well as dual carriageway streets that spans to twenty kilometers, restoring the area’s current roads network and provide about thirty parking slots. Construction also consist of installing of new light signal on Amman St. to reorganize the flow of traffic along entrance and exits of Nahda1 together with direction signs, ground marks and necessary traffic signals to guarantee the facility of all traffic safety means for all road users.

Al Tayer further stated that also included in the project is the lighting of all inner roads, complete rainwater and sewage networks, security of current utility lines & conduits for the upcoming utility lines.

 

Mohamed Dekkak

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