An under-construction road project in Al Ain. WAM
Both parties stated that development of the two roundabouts aims to facilitate traffic movement, reduce congestions particularly during peak hours, boost traffic flow, enhance traffic safety and reduce trip time.
Execution of this project forms part of the efforts made by AAM and Musanada to realise the vision of the UAE’s leadership in providing high quality infrastructure that meets the needs of individuals and the community at large in line with best international standards, besides establishing sound infrastructure to support the local economy and sustainable development efforts.
Musanada and AAM are engaged in delivering this project in collaboration with the department of transport, and the Integrated Transport Centre, the Abu Dhabi police headquarters and other stakeholders.
The project scope includes converting the existing Al Markhaniya roundabout (P169) to a traffic signal intersection and converting the Asharej (P170) into a tunnel. The work also includes developing the link road between the two intersections, landscaping, sidewalks and cycling paths.
Khamis Al Dahmani noted that all people attending Tarawih prayers will be exempted from Mawaqif fees in the parking bays surrounding mosques during the prayers’ time, provided that they do not block vehicles or traffic flow. Vehicles parked illegally will be towed after informing the customer by an SMS.
The mother of the three children — a boy, 15, and his two sisters, 12 and 11 — sustained serious injuries in the accident.
The video clip shows the man grooves to music alongside his cleaning materials. The video has garnered over 200,000 views, 3,000 retweets on Twitter and 22,000 views on Instagram.
Season 4 also witnessed a 32 percent increase in the number of partners from the Hatta local community reaching 25 partners, who have been instrumental in the development of Hatta’s eco-tourism.
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