The one place to get plugged into the BuzZz, from zany stories to zippy memes and everything in between.

25 Mar, Saturday
° C
Image Alt


New flyover promises a smooth ride on Ras Al Khor-Nad Al Hamar roads

A new flyover connecting Ras Al Khor and Nad Al Hamar has been opened by Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
The new bridge is part of Phase II of the Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Corridor Improvement Project, which extends from the intersection of the Ras Al Khor-Nad Al Hamar roads to that of the Ras Al Khor-Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed roads.
When completed, the project will enhance the capacity of Ras Al Khor Road to 10,000 vehicles per hour, cut travel time from 20 minutes to about 7 minutes and enhance traffic safety and flow.

Construction includes bridges and underpasses spanning 1,471 metres, and will ramp up road capacity to 30,000 vehicles per hour.
“The project serves many major town development projects inhabited by 650,000 residents, including The Lagoons, Dubai Creek, Meydan Horizon, Ras Al Khor, Al Wasl, and Nad Al Hamar Complex. In the future, the project’s scope will cover the construction of Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing, which crosses over the Dubai Creek and links Al Jaddaf in Bur Dubai with the road separating Dubai Creek Project and Dubai Festival City,” said Mattar Al Tayer, director-general of RTA.
He added that the two phases of the project involve widening the Ras Al Khor Road over a sector extending 8 km from the intersection, with the Dubai-Al Ain Road, up to the one with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Road and also constructing bridges spanning 2 km, along with a service road on both sides.

Post a Comment

You don't have permission to register