New Road Project in Dubai Cost $136m

It is well-known all over the world that Dubai is one of the leading companies in terms of technology and being up to date and well-developed. This country focuses all the time on investing in their development making them high tech country with strong bases. One of the strongest bodies in the country is the Roads and Transport Authority which is always striving for better streets and overall traffic regulations.

They have only recently started a new project that will help create a new map of roads all over Dubai. This new contract is worth a total of $136m which will include the construction of Al Khawaneej Corridor and Mushrif Park Improvement Project. This is a very important project to the country as these two iconic areas are in need for developments desperately.

This project works on three main junctions that are included in the contract known as: Al Khawaneej and Al Amardi Streets. Furthermore, other roads and areas will be added to the project to help serve the community. This project was directly picked by the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

The director-general and chairman of the RTA, Mattar Al Tayer commented on the project saying, “The project aims to accommodate the current and projected growth in the traffic volumes over the next years. Service roads extending 23km will also be constructed along Al Khawaneej and Al Amardi Streets, and three intersections with Algiers Street will be upgraded, said Al Tayer.”