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Jumeirah - Al Khail Road Project

  • OnGoing Project
  • Dubai
  • Roads & Infra

This project involves construction of a multi-level road link to ease traffic movement between two busy arteries by linking Jumeirah road with Al Khail road in order to ease traffic movement between the two busy arteries. It will cover the area between Al Safa Interchange and Al Manara Interchange on Sheikh Zayed Road. Scope of work entails construction of multi-level bridges extending from Umm Al Sheef street in Al Safa area to Latifa Bint Hamdan street in Al Quoz. The scheme will also link parallel streets such as Al Asayel and First Al Khail Road through two-level bridges and roads from Umm Al Sheef street in the direction of Sheikh Zayed Road up to Latifa Bint Hamdan street, and from Al Zomorrud street to the east up to Sheikh Zayed Road. The new bridges will be constructed above and below the Red Line of Dubai Metro. The two bridges are to be linked with Sheikh Zayed Road through ramps enabling free exit points. Also included is a flyover on Latifa Bint Hamdan Street intersecting the First Al Khail Road, while a signalized ground level junction will also be developed underneath the flyover along with improvement of the intersection of Umm Al Sheef street with Al Wasl street. Construction of key surface roads, improvement of service roads, and landscaping works will also be done all along the Sheikh Zayed Road in the sector from Al Safa Interchange to Al Manara Interchange as well as at Umm Al Sheef Street, Latifa Bint Hamdan Street and Al Zomorrud Street. The number of lanes in the diversion will also correspond to the same number of existing lanes in order to avoid any negative impact on traffic movement. This street is a part of the main contract of the improvement of Latifa bint Hamdan and Umm Al-Sheef Streets Project. According to Mattar Al Tayer, chief general and administrator of the leading body of official executives of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), 86% of the work has been finished. It is understood that the main contract to execute this project has been awarded. Name of the contractor has not been disclosed. The scheme is expected to be completed in first quarter of 2018.

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