A video grab of the under construction tunnel.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai Municipality to introduce “Deep Tunnel” project that will help in draining rainwater. The tunnel is proposed to serve the city for 100 years.
According to Dubai Municipality, with 10 million man-hours on site, the project completion rate has reached 75 per cent. It will be ready in September 2020.
The UAE has been experiencing a lot of rainfall in the past months.
The unprecedented rainfall in the country that led to flooding last week was swiftly managed by the local authorities with support from Xylem.
Xylem is a leading global water technology company. It supported the clean-up with the world’s most advanced water dispersal solution.
As a company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, Xylem not only provided its advanced water pumps to clients for the pump-out operations, but also deployed its own team on a priority basis to support critical on-ground work for four consecutive days.
Saleh said FEWA plans to finalise 7 projects in 2020, with a cost of Dhs304 million, in addition to 28 projects to be completed in the coming years at an estimated cost of Dhs2.56 billion.
Carl Jenkinson, Alex Lacazette and John-Jules were on the target as Arsenal rallied to beat Al Nasr 3-2 in a friendly match at the refurbished Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai on Tuesday.
The nine races, highlighted by the $12 million Dubai World Cup, have attracted some of the World’s best race horses to Dubai.
The unruly passenger was making noise at the airport’s international lounge and was also harassing women and immigration officials.
South Korea’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) announced additional 161 cases and 2 deaths on Monday, bringing the toll to 763 that puts the country third in the list of COVID-19 infected hotspots.
Dubai motorists were given a great deal of settling the incurred traffic fines with discounts, and under the condition of not committing a similar traffic fine.