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Dubai’s RTA completes construction of internal roads in three residential areas

Dubai’s RTA completes construction of internal roads in three residential areas

RTA has also begun constructing internal roads and street lighting works in four new residential communities: Margham, Lahbab, Al Lesaily and Hatta

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RTA completes three roads 2022

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed the construction of internal road networks in three residential areas: Al Quoz 2, Nad Al Sheba 2 and Al Barsha South 3, extending 37 kilometres in total.

RTA has also begun constructing internal roads and street lighting works in four new residential communities, namely Margham, Lahbab, Al Lesaily and Hatta. The project comprises roadworks over 21 kilometres and streetlight poles for existing roads that stretch for 16 kilometres. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

Mattar Al Tayer, director-general, chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority, said: “RTA completed the construction of a network of main roads extending 16 kilometres at Al Quoz 2 in the area between Al Khail and Meydan Roads. It carried out the paving of roads along with infrastructure works that included a rainwater drainage network and street lighting. As such, the accessibility of Al Quoz 2  around  the market complex and Al Quoz Pond Park will improve and serve about 3,000 residents.”

Al Barsha South 3 project included the construction of internal roads extending 6.4 kilometres at the Mohammed bin Rashid Gardens, surrounded by Al Barsha South 2 to the North, Al Hebiah 1 and 4 to the South (Motor City and Sports City), Arjan to the East, and Al Barsha South 4 to the West. “The construction also includes streetlights, car parks and bus stops,” added Al Tayer.

Al Tayer said the project facilitated the accessibility to the recently developed areas of Al Barsha South 3 to serve about 4,500 inhabitants. It has improved the connectivity of the area by raising the capacity of entry/exit points of Hessa Street by 1,500 vehicles per hour.

“It also improved the connection with residential areas under construction, such as the existing road network of Arjan, which eased the movement to and from Umm Suqeim Street as well as the roads network of Al Barsha South 2,” he added.

Al Tayer said that at Nad Al Sheba 2, RTA completed the construction of internal roads extending 12 kilometres, as well as parallel parking, streetlights and rainwater drainage system and a sewage network. The project improved the traffic flow and public safety and eased the entry/exit points of the area.

“Connecting roads were paved to serve all land plots in the area, and two new entry/exit points for Nad Al Hamar Street were constructed to enhance the link with the neighbourhood,” he explained.

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