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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - ROADS, TUNNELS AND BRIDGES

Dubai Silicon Oasis launches Dh28 million Roads Improvement Project

Posted on 10/05/2015

Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park, yesterday announced the launch of its ‘Roads Improvement' project, aiming to expand the existing roads infrastructure by approximately 2.7 kilometres. Designed to reduce traffic congestion in and around the high-tech park, especially that adjacent to Dubai Academic City Road, the project will be executed at a total cost of Dh28 million. Expansion works will include ...  >>MORE

Musanada completes Al Falah Interchange in coordination with DoT, ADM

Posted on 04/05/2015

The Department of Transport, DoT, Abu Dhabi Municipality, ADM, and Abu Dhabi General Services Company, Musanada, have announced the near completion of the Al Falah Interchange Finishing Project on the road to Suwaihan in Abu Dhabi. The interchange, which follows the Abu Dhabi government initiative to enhance road network capacity around residential areas and overcome challenges of traffic congestion, is expected to be fully operational as scheduled, as the final phase of the project has been ...  >>MORE

Construction of bridges to island of Dubai Eye begins

Posted on 03/05/2015

The Board of Directors of Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) recently awarded a Dh475-million contract for the construction of bridges leading to Bluewaters Island. Meraas Holding's Bluewaters Island — just off the coastline of Jumeirah Beach Residences — is expected to be one of Dubai's premier tourist attractions. The island will be home to the Dubai Eye, a 210-metre Ferris wheel. Additionally, the island will contain a five-star hotel and a bespoke souk encircled by a promenade of ...  >>MORE

Mansour bin Zayed approves Ministry of Public Works 2030 Federal Road Network strategy

Posted on 01/05/2015

H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, has approved the Ministry of Public Works 2030 strategy for infrastructure development in the country. Upon receiving Dr. Abdullah bin Mohamed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Public Works, and his accompanying delegation, and in the presence of Ahmed Juma Al Zaabi, Deputy Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Rashid Al Amri, Under-Secretary of the Government Coordination Sector at the Ministry ...  >>MORE

Makani to be usable on Google and HERE maps

Posted on 19/04/2015

Dubai's own satellite location address and navigation system, Makani, will be compatible with Google and HERE maps, an official said. Dubai Municipality's Makani (My Location) assigns a 10-digit number to every building in Dubai on a digital map and guides users to the location — down to its front door or main entrance — using the free Makani smartphone app. It is accurate up to one metre of the pin selected on the map. Makani numbers are also going up on buildings, allowing residents or ...  >>MORE

RTA begins construction of Dubai Cycling Track at Seih Assalam, Nad Al Sheba

Posted on 17/04/2015

The Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, has announced the start of construction works in the Dubai Cycling Track project stretching 21.2 km, at a cost of about Dh32 million. The project is intended to connect with the existing cycle path at Seih Assalam running beside Al Qudra Road in the direction of Emirates Road, and further to the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road up to Nad Al Sheba. Maitha bin Udai, CEO of RTA Traffic & Roads Agency, said, "The Cycling Tracks project had been initiated to ...  >>MORE

RTA completes construction of 22 pedestrian bridges, starts construction of 7 others

Posted on 05/04/2015

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the start of construction works in seven footbridges in six roads; namely 2 bridges on Baghdad Street and one bridge on each of Al Maktoum Road, Al Mina Street, Amman Road, Baniyas Road and Al Rasheed Road. Works in these bridges are expected to be accomplished during the first half of 2016. The RTA has completed the construction of 22 pedestrian bridges in 2013 and 2014; which would bring the total number of pedestrian bridges constructed by ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi City implements 17,000 new street name signs including road numbers

Posted on 18/03/2015

With the main streets of Abu Dhabi Island named after the Emirate's honoured visionary leaders and heroes, Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, in coordination with the Department of Municipal Affairs, DMA, have begun mounting new street names for internal streets and placing number plates on buildings across the city. The signs are being implemented according to standards developed and coordinated by the DMA, which draw on international best practices while adopting local culture and heritage. ...  >>MORE

Public Works Minister: Quality of federal roads ensures users' safety

Posted on 12/03/2015

Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Public Works, has stressed that the quality of federal road networks fulfil the internationally recognised standards on road safety. The minister made his remark in statements on the launch of an awareness campaign for safety and security of road users as part of the unified Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) traffic week, which started Tuesday. Minister Al Nuaimi stressed that the UAE, thanks to the directives of the wise leadership, ...  >>MORE

Musanada opens seven pedestrian bridges in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/03/2015

As part of Abu Dhabi strategic plan to provide safe passageways for pedestrians in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) announced that it has officially opened a number of footbridges in Abu Dhabi. The project is part of Abu Dhabi efforts to provide the Emirate with pedestrian passages that ensure public safety and encourage an environment free of pedestrian related accidents. The Safety and Traffic Solutions Committee (STSC), represented by the Department of ...  >>MORE

New road link helps residents of Dubai’s Discovery Gardens

Posted on 28/02/2015

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai opened a new section of the First Al Khail Road linking JLT with Discovery Gardens, in order to ease traffic flow. The new section, which was opened on Friday is a part of phase two of the parallel roads improvement project. It complements the first section opened last October, marking the opening of Qarn Al Sabkha Road linking Sheikh Zayed Road at the JLT junction (5.5 interchange) with Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Road. "The opening of this ...  >>MORE

ADP urge workers to use bridges, underpasses or dedicated zebra crossings

Posted on 25/01/2015

The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police has organised a traffic safety awareness exhibition at Emirates Steel Industries in the Abu Dhabi emirate. The exhibition falls in line with the unremitting efforts to enhance awareness of workers and encourage them to cross the road safely by using pedestrian bridges, underpasses or dedicated crossings – zebra crossings. Colonel Jamal Salem Al Ameri, Chief of Public Relations Section at the Traffic and Patrols Directorate, explained that ...  >>MORE

RTA signs contract for constructing Wafi Bridge costing Dh88m

Posted on 11/01/2015

The Board of Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) , chaired by Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA , has recently endorsed a contract for constructing Wafi Bridge comprising a three-lane bridge stretching from Oud Metha Road to the Sheikh Rashid Road costing about Dh 88 million. "This project is undertaken as part of RTA 's endeavours to improve & upgrade roads network in the Emirate of Dubai, and is considered a strategic traffic corridors ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Bridge dazzles with LED lights

Posted on 31/12/2014

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City has retrofitted lights on Sheikh Zayed Bridge with LED lights as part of a strategy to nurture a sustainable infrastructure environment. According to the municipality, they have replaced all traditional lights on Sheikh Zayed Bridge with innovative Light Emitting Diode (LED) system, which gives the bridge a glamorous look cementing its profile as an iconic landmark and featuring world-class standards as well as super innovative and eye-catching architectural ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Street and Tunnel project picks up GRAA award

Posted on 30/12/2014

Sheikh Zayed Street and Tunnel project, an important piece of Abu Dhabi's infrastructure, has been awarded a 2014 Global Road Achievement Award (GRAA) in the construction methodology category. In its description of the project, IRF said, "The Sheikh Zayed Street and Tunnel are compliant with the highest construction standards and provided state-of-the art functionalities in traffic operation and management, allowing capabilities for integration into the Abu Dhabi City Traffic Management Plan. ...  >>MORE

Dubai first Arab city to have complete goggle street view service

Posted on 10/12/2014

Dubai Municipality has announced the arrival of Google Street View in Dubai, a feature by Google Maps that allows users to view and navigate 360-degree street-level imagery of major streets across the city. This is the first time Street View is made available on a street-level in the Arab world. Google Street View imagery provides users with a rich, immersive browsing experience and allows users to explore world landmarks, view natural wonders, navigate a trip or other points of interest. ...  >>MORE

U.A.E.’s tallest peak to be a 45-minute drive away

Posted on 13/11/2014

The Ras Al Khaimah Public Works and Services Department has finished 83 per cent work of the 36km-long Jebel Jais road. According to a top official, the construction work on the mega tourist project began in 2004, but no deadline was set for constructing the rocky road. Ahmad Al Hammadi, Director of RAK Public Works and Services Department, said they have completed some 30km of the mountainous road. "Only 6km of the road to the 1,900m-tall mountain — which is the highest in the U.A.E. — is ...  >>MORE

Now find a Dubai parking space using your smartphone

Posted on 13/10/2014

Movement on Dubai roads will be a lot easier now as the new smartphone apps will help motorists avoid traffic tailbacks as well as find parking space quickly. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is all set to add to its array of smartphone apps at Gitex 2014, starting on Sunday, allowing motorists to get live traffic updates across all roads in Dubai, while wasting time in search of parking will also become a thing of the past. RTA's Smart Roads will be unveiled at its Gitex stand on ...  >>MORE

New road links Oud Metha to Downtown Dubai

Posted on 17/09/2014

A five-kilometre-long stretch of Al Asayel road will open for traffic on Wednesday, offering motorists another option to access the Downtown Dubai area, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced. The new road, that will include two tunnels and two bridges, will link Oud Metha street with The Dubai Mall, bypassing 2nd Zabeel Road and Financial Centre street. The Dh300 million project is one of the key phases of the Parallel Roads network, which extends from Shaikh Rashid Road in ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. ranks first in the world in terms of quality of roads, says Public Works Ministry

Posted on 04/09/2014

The high quality of road projects in U.A.E. enabled the country to rank first in the world in terms of quality of roads on the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) for 2014-2015, thanks to the wise policies of the government and the directives of the wise leaders, President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and Vice President and Prime Minister of U.A.E., and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on winning the first place in all spheres, said Dr. ...  >>MORE

Minister of Public Works launches Masar initiative for monitoring federal roads

Posted on 13/07/2014

Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Public Works, has launched a new initiative (Masar) for monitoring and patrolling federal roads. He said the ministry will run customised vehicles to conduct daily monitoring and patrolling of federal roads to report any damage to asphalt layers, lighting systems, directional signs and safety requirements. He added that his ministry allocates more than DH 150 million yearly for routine maintenance, protection and improvement of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai to get 10 new footbridges next year

Posted on 29/06/2014

The number of pedestrian crossings in Dubai will jump from 100 to 120 by 2016, as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) embarks on a series of projects to upgrade infrastructure for pedestrians in the city. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA, has endorsed the construction of 10 pedestrian bridges next year in various busy locations at a cost of Dh40 million. "Constructing footbridges stems from the commitment of the RTA to provide safe means for ...  >>MORE

Phase 3 of Dubai Canal work begins

Posted on 01/06/2014

Work on the Dh802 million Phase 3 of the Dubai Canal project begins as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) steps up efforts to extend the Creek. Phases one and two of the Dh1.76 billion project, that involves building three bridges apart from developing the canal, are already in progress simultaneously. The Dh580 million Phase 1, contracted to Turkish firms Mapa and Gunal, includes construction of a 16-lane flyover on Sheikh Zayed Road under which the canal will flow, began early this ...  >>MORE

Sharjah’s first toll e-gate on Al Dhaid Road from April 13

Posted on 10/04/2014

Starting April 13, Sharjah will have its first road toll e-gate on Al Dhaid Road — for heavy trucks only. The gate will be fully automated, as is the case with Salik road toll gates in Dubai, within one to three months. Heavy trucks travelling from the northern emirates, Fujairah, Khorfakkan, Kalba, Masafi and Dibba Al Hisn, to Sharjah already pay Dh35 to Dh110 per trip according to their length and weight. In the first stage, a debit smart card called ‘Tahseel' will be used instead of the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi City Municipality uses LED lighting system in pedestrian tunnels

Posted on 03/04/2014

Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, has replaced the old lighting systems with modern LED lighting system in six pedestrian tunnels in Abu Dhabi city. The Maintenance, Operation of Internal Roads and Public Squares Lighting Team of the civic body will prepare a study to replace the traditional lighting system with the LED lighting system in all 29 remaining pedestrian tunnels in Abu Dhabi Island in the second phase of the project. The six pedestrian tunnels include 2 pedestrian tunnels in ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Road will see major diversions by year-end

Posted on 07/03/2014

Major diversions on Sheikh Zayed Road will begin by year-end as part of phase one of the Dubai Canal project, Gulf News can reveal. Work on the proposed three-kilometre long Dubai Canal project has been under way since September 2013 and will be carried out in three phases. Phase one will involve the relocation of underground utility lines from the area and building of a 16-lane flyover on Sheikh Zayed Road. The diversions on Sheikh Zayed Road will be designed to allow for the construction ...  >>MORE

DoT completes the first phase of Al Maqta area and Abu Dhabi Gate City enhancements of traffic safety and flow

Posted on 06/03/2014

As part of its commitment to promoting world-class, integrated and sustainable transport infrastructure, the Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi (DoT) in cooperation with the Safety '&' Traffic Solutions Committee announced yesterday that it has completed work on "Al Maqta Area and Abu Dhabi Gate City" project, which saw the creation of two exits on the Khaleej Al Arabi Street as well as two roundabouts in both areas, with the aim of increase traffic safety and flow on Khaleej Al Arabi ...  >>MORE

DoT develops Dh33 million new traffic control central system for Abu Dhabi City

Posted on 05/03/2014

The Department of Transport, DoT, in Abu Dhabi, has commenced work on the Dh 33 million adaptive traffic control central system project in Abu Dhabi, which is expected to be accomplished by early 2015, in line with the Surface Transport Mater Plan (STMP) aimed to build world-class integrated and sustainable transport infrastructure. The project encompasses implementing and deploying the new traffic control central system, (SCOOT), one of the world's leading proven systems utilised in more ...  >>MORE

Road safety project launched in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 07/02/2014

The Abu Dhabi City Municipality on Wednesday launched a new project for road safety with the improvements of pavements, median fencing and electronic directional signage. According to the municipality, the initiative is aimed at streamlining pedestrian traffic and for the safety of road users. The project is being launched in cooperation with the Safety and Traffic Solutions Committee, which includes representatives from the Abu Dhabi Police, Department of Transport, and Abu Dhabi Urban ...  >>MORE

Four footbridges to serve Dubai Tram stations

Posted on 02/02/2014

Four air-conditioned footbridges will be constructed for tram users, as per a plan approved by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). Two bridges will be constructed over Al Sufouh Street to serve tram users and residents at both sides of the street, and two others will link Tecom zone with the locality on the opposite side of the street and the Dubai Marina Mall. "All of these new bridges will be covered, air-conditioned and fitted with electric elevators/escalators. They also boast of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid endorses two parallel road projects at Godolphin, Zabeel at cost Dh1 billion

Posted on 26/01/2014

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has endorsed the two parallel road improvement projects in Godolphin and Zabeel areas at cost Dh1 billion. He ordered the renaming of Al-Khail First Road as Al-Saada Road, which starts from a point nearby Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai Financial Centre and reaches the downtown Burj Khalifa. Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads '&' Transport Authority Mattar Al ...  >>MORE

New road signs planned for Dubai Tram launch

Posted on 13/01/2014

New traffic signs will be introduced on Dubai roads soon as the Roads and Transport Authority prepares for the launch of the Dubai Tram later this year. Most of the new road signs are related to the tram and railway, while a few are for speed breakers and pedestrian crossings. "Since Dubai Tram will share road space with other vehicles, it is important that we introduce new signs to regulate traffic in areas where trams will operate. We are working on an awareness campaign for motorists on ...  >>MORE

Traffic improvement project completed in 5 days

Posted on 07/01/2014

As part of its commitment to providing world-class sustainable and integrated transportation infrastructure in line with its Surface Transport Master Plan (STMP), the Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi announced yesterday that it has completed the first phase of traffic improvements on Abu Dhabi City entrances and exits, with an aim to ensure safe, smooth and problem-free vehicle flow to various areas inside the city. The First Phase of the traffic improvements included road expansion ...  >>MORE

New link eases city centre traffic in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 05/01/2014

A small stretch of road in the capital that links a popular thoroughfare with a highway has proved to be a big hit with motorists. The road links Hamdan Street in the city centre with the Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Bridge and Expressway was opened in December and provides another smooth route for outbound traffic from Abu Dhabi city. It consists of three lanes in each direction and motorists can head to and back from Saadiyat Island, Yas Island and the northern emirates using this road. ...  >>MORE

Department of Transport Abu Dhabi commences engineering design of the First Green Road

Posted on 31/12/2013

The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi has announced that it is gearing up to commence engineering design of the first "green road" in the Middle East. The five-kilometre pilot project will be linking the existing Abu Dhabi-Dubai Main Road (E11) and the new Abu Dhabi-Dubai Main Road (E311). Construction work is expected to begin in Q1 2015. The DoT highlights that this project will be a model for future roads in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi as it will support the highest sustainable ...  >>MORE

RTA approves Dh164m Al Yalayis road project

Posted on 22/12/2013

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has approved the new Lehbab (Al Yalayis) road project, which links the Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road to the Emirates Road. Work on the Dh164 million Al Yalayis Road will begin later this month. The road project is set to be completed within 18 months. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA, said the project involves the construction of a dual four-lane road new road, and a directional bridge to ensure the smooth ...  >>MORE

Fridge magnets will pinpoint address for every one of Dubai’s 124,000 buildings

Posted on 19/12/2013

Fridge magnets with pinpoint coordinates for Dubai's new address system will be distributed to homes around the emirate next year. The first phase of the scheme, Makani (my location), has already been completed, said the municipality's geographic information systems (GIS) department. Phase one involved assigning a location code for every one of the 124,000 buildings in the emirate, while phase two involved the release of a web and smartphone application. "We are currently double checking all ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Tunnel project wins prestigious award

Posted on 18/12/2013

The Sheikh Zayed Street and Tunnel project has picked up the Infrastructure Project of the Year Award, at the Construction Week Awards 2013. The annual event had ceremonies in Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia in the lead up to the final showdown in Dubai on December 11. The project, in the capital, falls under the responsibility of Abu Dhabi Municipality. "Parsons is honoured to have contributed to this award-winning project, which improves pedestrian movement and bicycle access leading to a ...  >>MORE

Construction to start on new Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway

Posted on 08/12/2013

The new Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway will be built at a cost of Dh2.1 billion, Musanada (Abu Dhabi General Services) announced in the capital on Saturday. The announcement came following the Abu Dhabi Executive Council's approval of awarding the road project works in its recently held meeting to maintain balanced development all over Abu Dhabi. The length of the new road adds up to around 62 kilometres and it is an extension to Mohammad Bin Zayed Road; from Saih Shuaib area, Al Maha Forest and ...  >>MORE

Canal project begins with Dh500m contract

Posted on 04/11/2013

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has awarded a Dh500 million contract to elevate the Sheikh Zayed Road above the course of the Dubai Water Canal and modify the road path. The board of directors of the RTA endorsed the award of contract for Phase I of Bridges and Roads Network of the Dubai Water Canal project, which will be carried out in three phases. The RTA is tasked with the design and construction work of the project up to the completion of the final phase linking the Dubai Creek ...  >>MORE

Final breakthrough for world’s 2nd longest gravity-driven tunnel in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 09/10/2013

Drilling work finished on Abu Dhabi's 41-kilometre main sewer tunnel, a major strategic project, on Tuesday. The eighth and final segment to be completed was 4.7 km, stretching from the Officers' Club area to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre, Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Company said. The second longest gravity-driven tunnel in the world, it now stretches from Al Mushrif to Al Wathba. Fifteen million working hours went into the project and nearly 1.4 million cubic metres of sand were ...  >>MORE

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Dubai Silicon Oasis launches Dh28 million Roads Improvement Project


Musanada completes Al Falah Interchange in coordination with DoT, ADM


Construction of bridges to island of Dubai Eye begins


Mansour bin Zayed approves Ministry of Public Works 2030 Federal Road Network strategy


Makani to be usable on Google and HERE maps


RTA begins construction of Dubai Cycling Track at Seih Assalam, Nad Al Sheba


RTA completes construction of 22 pedestrian bridges, starts construction of 7 others


Abu Dhabi City implements 17,000 new street name signs including road numbers


Public Works Minister: Quality of federal roads ensures users' safety


Musanada opens seven pedestrian bridges in Abu Dhabi


New road link helps residents of Dubai’s Discovery Gardens


ADP urge workers to use bridges, underpasses or dedicated zebra crossings


RTA signs contract for constructing Wafi Bridge costing Dh88m


Sheikh Zayed Bridge dazzles with LED lights


Sheikh Zayed Street and Tunnel project picks up GRAA award


Dubai first Arab city to have complete goggle street view service


U.A.E.’s tallest peak to be a 45-minute drive away


Now find a Dubai parking space using your smartphone


New road links Oud Metha to Downtown Dubai


U.A.E. ranks first in the world in terms of quality of roads, says Public Works Ministry


Minister of Public Works launches Masar initiative for monitoring federal roads


Dubai to get 10 new footbridges next year


Phase 3 of Dubai Canal work begins


Sharjah’s first toll e-gate on Al Dhaid Road from April 13


Abu Dhabi City Municipality uses LED lighting system in pedestrian tunnels


Sheikh Zayed Road will see major diversions by year-end


DoT completes the first phase of Al Maqta area and Abu Dhabi Gate City enhancements of traffic safety and flow


DoT develops Dh33 million new traffic control central system for Abu Dhabi City


Road safety project launched in Abu Dhabi


Four footbridges to serve Dubai Tram stations


Mohammed bin Rashid endorses two parallel road projects at Godolphin, Zabeel at cost Dh1 billion


New road signs planned for Dubai Tram launch


Traffic improvement project completed in 5 days


New link eases city centre traffic in Abu Dhabi


Department of Transport Abu Dhabi commences engineering design of the First Green Road


RTA approves Dh164m Al Yalayis road project


Fridge magnets will pinpoint address for every one of Dubai’s 124,000 buildings


Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Tunnel project wins prestigious award


Construction to start on new Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway


Canal project begins with Dh500m contract


Final breakthrough for world’s 2nd longest gravity-driven tunnel in Abu Dhabi