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Video: Dubai’s RTA announces 80% completion of Al Khawaneej road – News

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The project is being undertaken under the 5-year plan aimed at building internal roads in residential districts.

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the completion of 80 per cent of the Internal Roads Project for Al Khawaneej 2 area extending 77km.

Endorsed by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the project is being undertaken under the 5-year plan aimed at building internal roads in residential districts.

“The project covers the construction of an internal roads network stretching 77km comprising 68km of single carriageways and 9km of collector dual carriageways,” Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the RTA said.

“The contractor completed 86 per cent of asphalt works extending 67km, 60 per cent of streetlight installation and 85 per cent of rainwater drainage inspection chambers including linking them with the main network,” he added.

As part of improving internal roads network in the city, earlier this year RTA completed a 12km stretch linking Sama Al Jadaf with Al Khail Road southwards and another road project that now links Sheikh Rashid Street (north) and Oud Mateena 1 project to the Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment to the surrounding.

Over the past two years, RTA completed internal road projects at Nad Al Sheba 4 and Hatta including 56km of roads (50 km of roads at District 282 of Nad Al Sheba 4, and 6 km of roads at District 618 of Nad Al Sheba 1).





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