The projects completed include the Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project at Interchange 4.5 from Shaikh Zayed Road, the Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project at Interchange 4 3/4 from Shaikh Zayed Road, the Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project from Al Safouh, the levelling of internal roads in Nad Al Sheba and road works in Al Warqa which involved the conversion of Nuwakshoot road from single lane to two lanes.
The projects were completed on schedule at a total cost of Dh683 million. The Dh56 million contract for the levelling of internal road works in Nad Al Sheba commenced on October 9, 2004, and was completed on January 1 earlier this year.
The project for the Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project at Interchange 4.5 from Shaikh Zayed Road connecting Al Safouh, worth Dh242 million, commenced in June 2004, and was completed late in January 2006.
The construction of Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project at Interchange 4 3/4 from Shaikh Zayed Road, built at a cost of Dh190 million, started in July 2004, and was finished in late February 2006.
The Dh178 million project for the Jumeirah Palm Island Road Corridor and Access Project from Al Safouh to the Palm commenced in July 2004, and was completed on schedule in March this year.
The internal roads in Al Warqa 5 were levelled, and Nuwakshoot road was converted from single lane to double lane on either side.
The Dh16 million contract began in August last year and was completed last month.
Maitha bin Adi, Director of Roads Department, RTA, said: “The projects have been completed as planned. We are committed to maximising our efforts to improve the current scenario of roads and reduce the congestions. With constant research and development, the RTA strives to achieve its mission of developing high quality roads that ensure maximum safety.”
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