Completion of 93% of the Al Dhaid Road development project, at a cost of 85 million

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The Roads and Transport Authority in Sharjah has completed 93% of the Al Dhaid Road development project, starting from the fifth to the seventh interchange, at a total cost of 85 million dirhams, and it will be opened in a phased manner for traffic and traffic through 4 lanes for traffic heading to the city of Al Dhaid.

Eng. Yousef Saleh Al Suwaiji, Chairman of the Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority, emphasized that the Al Dhaid Road development project embodies the vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah, which aims to upgrade the road network throughout the emirate and enable it to keep pace with the latest technologies. Globalism.

Engineer Al-Suwaiji said that the authority’s specialized agencies are keen to implement new and future projects, according to the highest international standards and specifications, in order to accommodate the increasing traffic movement in the streets, in line with the great urban and economic boom in the emirate.

For her part, Eng. Fatima Al Kutbi, Director of Roads Projects Department at the Authority, said that the project included the development and modernization of the Dhaid double road with a length of up to five kilometers, and the development operations included expanding the road to four lanes with a width of 15 meters in each direction, while creating asphalt shoulders with a width of up to five kilometers. Three meters, in addition to the completion of a service road consisting of two traffic lanes with a width of 7.3 meters and a total length of 667 meters linking the areas of Al-Barashi and Al-Ateen on the main road of Al Dhaid.

It indicated the construction of a single service road from two lanes for traffic with a width of 7.3 meters, and a total length of 240 meters, with the implementation of an acceleration lane and a deceleration lane of 640 meters long, which helps in the safe transmission of traffic between the service and main roads. (WAM)





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