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Public transport rides forward

DUBAI - Public transport in Dubai has grown remarkably over the first six months of this year compared with the same period last year, an evidence to the economic boom and the presence of modern transport infrastructure that lives up to the level of progress in the emirate.

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Traffic diversions at National Paints Roundabout

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Traffic diversions at National Paints Roundabout

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University Bridge opens Sunday night

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University Bridge opens Sunday night

The Sharjah Directorate of Public works (DPW) will inaugurate the renovated and reconstructed University Bridge in front of the gate of the Sharjah University City in Al Maleeha area around midnight on Sunday. The project cost Dh3.9 million.

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University Bridge opens Sunday night

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University Bridge opens Sunday night

SHARJAH — The Sharjah Directorate of Public works (DPW) will inaugurate the renovated and reconstructed University Bridge in front of the gate of the Sharjah University City in Al Maleeha area around midnight on Sunday. The project cost Dh3.9 million.

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