Improving the urban perimeter of Wadi Al-Aqiq

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In pictures … “City Development”: Improving the Urban Environment of Wadi Al-Aqiq

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The Madinah Development Authority implemented the first phase of the environmental rehabilitation project for Wadi Al-Aqiq in Madinah, and the urban surroundings on the banks of the blessed valley were improved, and the historical identity of Wadi Al-Aqeeq was restored and linked to the history of Medina, which is a testament to the Prophet’s biography.

The authority established a new vented onyx walkway with a length of 1,600 meters on the banks of the valley, and 14 meters average width of the paths of the walkway, and the project contains 277 trees that cast a shadow for sports practitioners, 77 palm trees decorating the open squares on the banks of the valley, and 850 trees to give an aesthetic touch along the paths. And 80 trash bins.

The floors of the walkway are covered with basalt and granite stones to be non-slip, and the walkway can accommodate 4,500 people per hour, 65 pillars to enhance lighting in the walkway with LED technology and 980 lower lights engineered to show the aesthetics of the walkway components, and nine plazas with wonderful views of the banks of the valley, and 287 places for rest And to wait along the site, and 120 parking spaces.

02 December 2020 – 17 Rabi al-Thani 1442

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The Madinah Development Authority implemented the first phase of the environmental rehabilitation project for Wadi Al Aqiq in Madinah, and the urban surroundings on the banks of the blessed valley were improved, and the historical identity of Wadi Al Aqiq was restored and linked to the history of Medina, which is a testament to the Prophet’s biography.

The authority established a new vented onyx walkway with a length of 1,600 meters on the banks of the valley, and 14 meters average width of the paths of the walkway, and the project contains 277 trees that cast a shadow for sports practitioners, 77 palm trees decorating the open squares on the banks of the valley, and 850 trees to give an aesthetic touch along the paths. And 80 trash bins.

The floors of the walkway are covered with basalt and granite stones to be non-slip, and the walkway can accommodate 4,500 people per hour, 65 pillars to enhance lighting in the walkway with LED technology and 980 lower lights engineered to show the aesthetics of the walkway components, and nine plazas with wonderful views of the banks of the valley, and 287 places for rest And to wait along the site, and 120 parking spaces.

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