The scope of the Dubai-Al Ain Road Improvement Project spans 17 km from the intersection of Emirates Road to the intersection of Ras Al Khor Road along the Dubai-Al Ain Road.
Dr Eng Mohammed Bin Omair Al Muhairi, Executive Director of the Engineering Affairs Sector at the Municipality and Planning Department in Ajman has revealed the implementation of new road projects within the infrastructure development plans in the emirate, at a total cost of Dhs233 million.
The Ministry of Infrastructure Development is implementing the construction and development of 5 road projects in the northern emirates, at a total cost of Dhs634 million. The new projects are scheduled to be completed during 2020.
The roads that will be closed are the University City Road and Al-Thiqah Road.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) at the Department of Municipalities and Transport has accomplished the traffic improvement project on Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Street (Eastern Mangroves Road) with a length of 10km, one lane, at a cost of Dhs97.5 million.
The worker was shown in a video clip posted on social video setting up barriers in front of a sandy square in Saja’a that turned into a large sinkhole due to the heavy rainfall with the aim of alerting drivers and road users of the grave dangers involved.
The capacity of Ras Al Khor Road will jump to 10,000 vehicles per hour, and the travel time will drop from 20 minutes to about 7 minutes
DoT and ITC have announced the launch of the registration process in the Abu Dhabi Toll System for individual vehicle owners.
Al Shindagha Corridor Improvement Project is one of the largest projects currently undertaken by RTA with a total estimated cost of Dhs5.35 billion.