A view of the Sultan Bin Saqr Al Qasimi street.
Mahmoud Mohsen, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority (SRTA) has completed works to develop and raise the efficiency of Sheikh Sultan Bin Saqr Al Qasimi Street in both directions between Rashid Bin Mohammed Bin Khadim Square and Sheikh Abdul Karim Al Bakri Square, besides the opening of the two streets to traffic.
Work was carried out to develop the main street between Al Nabaa and Butina areas in Sharjah, one of the vital roads in the emirate, by closing traffic on the two lanes from Sheikh Abdul Karim Al Bakri Square towards Rashid Bin Mohammed Bin Khadim Square until it is completed and reopened, followed by closing parallel lanes.
The development process also included removing the old asphalt layers completely, and replacing them with modern ones with standard and high quality standards.
The project also included redevelopment and paving of car parks on both sides of the road in both directions and planning works, to serve the needs of road users and visitors, as it is a vital area which includes a group of projects and stores.
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