Road works in Abu Dhabi’s Al Falah near completion
Meanwhile work on major Bahraini highway begins
The Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM), in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Public Services Company, Musanada, will fully complete all infrastructure and internal roads in Al Falah by the end of June.
The work began last year and is part of the project is part of the ongoing development drive seen by Abu Dhabi and its suburbs to meet the community needs in the area, reported Emirates news agency Wam.
It includes the construction of three-lane, two-way roads between old and new Al Falah cities, in addition to four intersections in the southern and western part of new Al Falah city.
The project also includes completing the roads network surrounding Al Falah residential area, in addition to other associated works such as rainwater drainage, lighting, intersections and light signals.
The infrastructure works in Al Falah, which costs more than $11.2m (AED41m).
Meanwhile, Bahraini authorities have started the implementation of Phase One of development works to improve traffic signals on Shaikh Jabir Al Ahmad Al Sabah Highway.
Advanced networking solutions will be utilised to boost the capacity of Shaikh Jabir Al Ahmad Al Sabah Highway to accommodate more vehicles, said a statement from the Ministry of Works, Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning.
Currently, 130,000 vehicles use the Shaikh Jabir Al Ahmad Al Sabah Highway each day, reaching 10,000 vehicles per hour during peak times, it added.