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Residents rate Abu Dhabi road network as 'excellent'

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Abu Dhabi - 97 per cent of residents rating Abu Dhabi's roads as excellent or good quality.



By Web Report

Published: Thu 10 Oct 2019, 12:59 PM

Last updated: Thu 10 Oct 2019, 9:05 PM

UAE's road infrastructure is considered one of the best in the world, with new roads and routes being developed every year. However, a recent study revealed the best roads in the country.
A YouGov survey has revealed that more than 95 per cent of residents are thoroughly impressed with the quality of the road networks and infrastructure in Abu Dhabi.
 
Conducted in partnership with Abu Dhabi's Department of Transport (DoT), YouGov surveyed 517 people of all nationalities aged between 18 and 40 and found that 97 per cent of residents rated Abu Dhabi's roads as excellent or good quality with 95 per cent of residents claiming the roads were better than other countries.
 
DoT has played a pivotal role in the UAE being ranked first for four consecutive years in the Quality of Roads Index of the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report.
His Excellency Khalifa Mohammed Al Mazrouei, Undersecretary of DoT: "The survey was commissioned by DoT as it was an opportunity for us to learn about the experience of the end users of the roads, the residents of Abu Dhabi.
 
"We are happy to see the results as it has shown that people are happy with our road infrastructure. We will also factor in all the feedback when it comes to planning of future projects."
 
Results from the survey revealed that 44 per cent is looking forward to using the electric vehicles when it is rolled out including 47 per cent of females compared with 42 per cent of males.
Favourite road
More than three out of five residents (63 per cent) also said that the Sheikh Zayed Road E11 was their favourite road to use in Abu Dhabi.
The road is one of the busiest roads in the UAE with hundreds of vehicles using the  highway to travel to Dubai and the Northern Emirates every day.


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