Dhs2 billion worth of improvements to be made to the Dubai-Al Ain Road.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has also opened four new flyover bridges at the intersection of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and the Dubai-Al Ain Road have recently opened.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai has reviewed the progress being made and Tweeted the following to his 4.1 million followers:
“Road and infrastructure projects are a key indicator of the economic and development capabilities of top global cities, and today, Dubai boasts one of the region’s most efficient road networks. Today we reviewed the progress of the Dhs2 billion Dubai-Al Ain Road Improvement Project.”
The new improvements will also include four new flyovers at the intersection of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Dubai-Al Ain Road.
Each flyover will boast two lanes in each direction, which will help improve traffic in all directions.
The project is set to benefit 1.5 million people and key benefits of the project include increasing the road’s current capacity of 6,000 to 12,000 vehicles per hour, in each direction, as well as cutting travellers’ journey time in half and streamlining traffic movement.
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