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flyover leading to Dubai opens

The harbour is placed to be home to a multitude of mega projects, like Dubai’s following tallest tower.
A latest 740m flyover resulting in the Dubai Creek Harbour was started on Saturday, the emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced.

Portion of the Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Crossing Improvement Project:

the three lane flyover links the visitors from Dubai – Al Ain Road and Al Khail Road to the Dubai Creek Harbour, a waterfront location over the banks of the emirate’s historic waterway. The harbour, in which a luxury vicinity is taking form, is placed to be house to a multitude of mega projects, like Dubai’s next tallest tower.

The bridge has a capacity of 7,500 vehicles per hour in the entry direction, and 3,000 vehicles per hour in the exit direction,” said Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, director-general and chairman of the board of executive directors of RTA.

The building project also included changes on the Ras Al Khor Road plus its intersection with Nadd Al Hamar Street.

A latest 1.5km street:

with 4 lanes in every course, was designed to relieve the motion of visitors on the Nadd Al Hamar – Ras Al Khor Road junction.

“This brand new system assures totally free traffic flow on the recently constructed non commercial units at Dubai Creek location by connecting with adjacent streets,” Al Tayer believed.

Mega project:

The Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing Improvement Fujairah Court Project is among the greatest tasks RTA is looking for to finish over the next several years.

When finished by 2022, it is going to cut traveling some time between the Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Road and Dubai Al Ain Rd from twenty two to 8 minutes.

It’ll also perform mega development projects in the region like Al Kheeran, Meydan Horizons, and Dubai Creek. Overall, it is going to benefit over 650,000 residents.

The project contains the building of a flyover crossing over the Dubai Creek to relate Jaddaf area with the road separating Dubai Creek and Dubai Festival City.

It’s split into 3 contracts, the very first of that had been finished with the opening of the latest bridge. Building is under way for the 2 additional contracts.

Among the contracts covers changes to relieve visitors :

on the Ras Al Khor Road, which includes a two lane bridge along with a two lane tunnel. Collector highways extending 2.5km will additionally be made along Ras Al Khor, along with a 1.2km segment on Nadd Al Hamar Street is enhanced.

The building of 2 flyovers is spreads ove by the last contract. The primary is a two lane flyover to relieve the exit from the Dubai Creek Harbour to Ras Al Khor Road. The next flyover, that is situated near Bu Kadra junction, is going to serve the visitors coming from the junction proceeding to Ras Al Khor Industrial Area, eliminating overlapping visitors at the junction.

These 2 contracts are anticipated being performed by the fourth quarter of 2022.

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