Sheikh Mohammed takes a tour of new bike path. Courtesy: Twitter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on Wednesday inspected the new bike path adjacent to Jumeirah Beach.
"A beautiful path that we add to 520 km of bike paths in Dubai, which pass through most beautiful landmarks of the city," tweeted Sheikh Mohammed.
"I will be in the field until Dubai becomes the best city to live in the world, God willing," concluded Sheikh Mohammed.
The construction of cycling tracks in Dubai is in response to the directives of Sheikh Mohammed so as to provide suitable and attractive options for residents and tourists of Dubai and encourage them to practice the sport of biking.
It is also part of Roads and Transport Authority’s (RTA) master plan for the provision of dedicated cycling lanes spanning the entire emirate.
These lanes are intended to be used by an environment-friendly means of mobility or practicing sport, which echoes RTA’s vision, that is the world leader in seamless and sustainable mobility, as well as its strategic goal of making people happier.
A video shared on social media platforms showed Sheikh Mohammed walking around with his entourage at the Al Naseem Jumeirah Hotel.
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