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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - ROADS, TUNNELS AND BRIDGES

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

The Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi to construct the new Mafraq - Ghweifat and Abu Dhabi - Dubai highways

Posted on 30/09/2013

The Department of Transport, DoT, in Abu Dhabi has announced that it will soon commence construction of the new Mafraq - Ghweifat highway and a new stretch of the Abu Dhabi - Dubai main road. The announcement was made following approval by the Executive Council during its recent meeting presided over by His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, when the Council authorised the DoT to appoint ...  >>MORE

Dh7.3m Sharjah roads project completed

Posted on 20/08/2013

The Directorate of Public Works (DPW) recently implemented several developmental infrastructure projects in the Central Area based on instructions of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah. The project aimed at constructing and developing infrastructure projects matching the highest international standards. Suliman Al Hajiri, manager of the Road Projects Department, said that the projects involved constructing new sub-roads in Al ...  >>MORE

RTA: 90% of Trade Centre Bridges Project completed

Posted on 14/07/2013

Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), announced that completion rate has touched 90% in the Trade Centre Bridges Project at Zaabeel, and added that the project, which has a cost tag of Dhs719.37m, is expected to be opened in the second half of November 2013. Al Tayer made these remarks following a tour to the project site where he was accompanied by Nabeel Mohammed Salih, Director of Roads; Hussain Al Banna, Director of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid views Al Ittihad Bridge project

Posted on 02/07/2013

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, yesterday viewed the Al Ittihad Bridge project being implemented by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) at a total cost of Dh 1.1 billion, in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, The new bridge will replace the current Floating Bridge which will be shifted to the Sheraton crossing, linking the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Road in Bur ...  >>MORE

Rashid Hospital Tunnels to ease traffic in Dubai

Posted on 09/06/2013

After a wait of more than three years, motorists will be able to zoom past Broadcast Roundabout on their way to the Floating Bridge as the Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project gets ready for traffic. The Dh722 million project is currently receiving its finishing touches and is most likely to open to traffic by the end of this month. According to a senior Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official, the structural elements and roadworks have been completed, while the installation of signs and ...  >>MORE

Dubai Bypass Road renamed Emirates Road

Posted on 07/04/2013

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has ordered that the Dubai Bypass Road be named the Emirates Road. The Emirates Road is a key traffic corridor in the structural roads network in the UAE and offers an alternative motorway to Sheikh Zayed Road and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road as it provides an external corridor for motorists travelling from Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Qaiwain, Ajman and Sharjah to Abu Dhabi emirate ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi roads to have electronic warning signs

Posted on 04/04/2013

The Abu Dhabi Department of Transport will install more than 80 electronic traffic signs in the city, which will warn of changing road conditions. The Variable Electronic Message Signs (VMS) will be installed in the first half of next year. They will give motorists live information in Arabic and English on traffic congestion, building works, roadblocks, crashes and weather conditions so they can change routes or reduce speed. "The launch of our VMS project is a testament to our commitment to ...  >>MORE

RTA opens Dh 940mn flyover linking Hessa Road, Al Khail Road and Al Barsha with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road

Posted on 24/03/2013

The Roads '&' Transport Authority (RTA) has opened the interchange linking Hessa Road, Al Khail Road and Al Barsha with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. This key interchange serves the traffic movement from and to Al Barsha via Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, providing free vehicular passage in all directions, including the area under development surrounding the interchange. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA, said: "By opening this flyover, the RTA has ...  >>MORE

Major interchange opens in Ajman after two years

Posted on 06/02/2013

The Al Hamidiya Interchange in Ajman was opened to the public on a trial basis in the early hours of February 6. The new interchange, which has seven different loops and tunnels — according to an official at Ajman Municipality — has been completed in two years with a total cost of Dh223 million and a total length of 16.5 kilometres. Yahya Al Rayasah, director general of Ajman Municipality told Gulf News that the new interchange would ease the follow of traffic flow as it is in a very vital ...  >>MORE

Trade Centre Bridges project to be completed by year-end

Posted on 27/01/2013

Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), said 68 per cent work on the Trade Centre Bridges Project at Zabeel has been completed and it is set for opening by the end of this year. The Project comprises the construction of 22 precast concrete slabs bridges extending 4,250 meters with a capacity of two lanes in each direction, in addition to a 120 meter-long concrete bridge added to serve the traffic heading towards Al Maktoum ...  >>MORE

Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project 80 per cent complete, RTA says

Posted on 06/01/2013

Traffic flow near the Rashid Hospital will be smoother in five months' time with the expected June 20 opening of the Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project, which is now 80 per cent complete, a senior official from Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) said. "The construction of Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project is part of a master plan aimed to ease the traffic congestion in the vicinity of Rashid Hospital and step up the traffic flow in the area,” Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive ...  >>MORE

Emirates Road named after Mohammad Bin Zayed

Posted on 02/01/2013

As of January 1, 2013, Emirates Road has a new name — Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road. The name was changed under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in recognition of Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan's role in the UAE's march of comprehensive development. Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road is considered one of the key roads in the UAE. The 140km road, 73km of which is located in Dubai, links ...  >>MORE

Dh250m road project to be completed by January

Posted on 17/12/2012

One of Ajman's biggest road projects, costing Dh250 million, is due for completion next month and will see the construction of the emirate's biggest bridge and intersection to date. Work on the Al Humaidiya Bridge on Sheikh Khalifa Road started in March 2011 and Dr Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Works, spoke of its progress: "We have almost 90 per cent of the work complete and the remaining work could be finished before the end of this year or earlier next ...  >>MORE

Al Salaam Street and Tunnel re-named after Sheikh Zayed

Posted on 05/12/2012

In line with instructions given by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and close follow up of His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council, the Al Salam Street and Tunnel name was changed to the Sheikh Zayed Street and Sheikh Zayed Tunnel in memory of the founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. H.H. Sheikh Hazza bin ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi vision has greener and cheaper roads in the fast lane

Posted on 04/12/2012

New roads built with recycled asphalt and concrete will improve the emirate's environmental footprint, the municipality believes. Guidelines set out by Abu Dhabi's Green Roads manual, to be published by the end of next year, aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions involved in road construction by up to 30 per cent, while also cutting costs. The manual will promote a classification system that would cover the entire lifespan of a construction project, from the planning, design and construction ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi completes region’s longest traffic tunnel

Posted on 25/11/2012

Abu Dhabi has completed the region's longest traffic tunnel that stretches more than three km and the project will be tested before it is officially launched within the next few days, the semi official daily Alittihad said on Sunday. Work on the project, which cost more than Dh5 billion, began nearly five years ago as one of the largest road construction ventures ever to be carried out in the UAE. The tunnel had been due to be completed at the end of 2010 but was delayed because of technical ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid approves Creek Panorama Project

Posted on 18/11/2012

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum yesterday approved the Creek Panorama Project, the first pedestrian bridge across Dubai Creek from Bur Dubai to Shindagha. During a visit to the headquarters of Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), His Highness Sheikh Mohammed also inspected progress on a number or projects and initiatives, including the residential complex of Dubai Police, Tram Al Sufouh and the Business Bay Canal ...  >>MORE

Business Bay canal extension to begin in 2013

Posted on 04/11/2012

The construction of the Business Bay Canal Extension Project which will extend the canal from Sheikh Zayed Road up to the Arabian Gulf will begin in the first quarter of next year, a senior official at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA, recently visited the project site to bring forward the initial steps to the realisation of the Canal extension project, which has been endorsed by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad ...  >>MORE

Dubai Creek canal set to cross Sheikh Zayed Road

Posted on 07/10/2012

Dubai will spend Dh1.5 billion to extend the Business Bay canal by 12.8 kilometres, from the section of Sheikh Zayed Road flanking the Safa Park Interchange to the Arabian Gulf. His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has endorsed the extension of the Business Bay Canal Project, including required modifications to roads and bridges. Sheikh Mohammad has also directed the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi makes streets more people-friendly

Posted on 18/09/2012

The Urban Planning Council (UPC) is integrating pedestrian health and safety measures into its street-design manual after feedback from more than 300 stakeholders. The UPC yesterday said it upgraded manual would help to make streets more people-friendly, with safety benefits for pedestrians. Its Urban Street Design Manual was introduced in 2010. Since then renovation projects have been carried out across Abu Dhabi, including Salam Street, Khalifa Street and Saadiyat Island, as well as areas ...  >>MORE

Al Ain to build new bridges and tunnels

Posted on 09/09/2012

Al Ain Municipality has earmarked Dh10 million to renovate four poorly maintained bridges. New bridges and tunnels will also be built to accommodate the growing population of the region, and some roundabouts will be replaced with grade-separated, or underpass, junctions to increase traffic flow. At Al Maslakha bridge, a group of engineers has already begun work. The expected completion date is July next year. Other bridges currently undergoing work are Qalaat Al Muweigi, in Al Muweigi; Al ...  >>MORE

RTA starts building 13 new pedestrian bridges

Posted on 28/08/2012

Maitha bin Udai, Executive Director of the Traffic & Roads Agency, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), announced the start of construction works in 13 new footbridges out 31 bridges intended to be constructed by the agency over the next five years. "RTA has opened two pedestrian bridges this year; the first one in Abu Baker Al Siddique Road, and the other in Emirates Hills. During the past two years, RTA opened many other footbridges in Khalid bin Al Waleed, Al Mankhool, Bani Yas, Damascus, Al ...  >>MORE

Upgrades planned for Abu Dhabi-Al Ain motorway

Posted on 08/08/2012

Early warnings to prepare drivers for sharp bends, speed limit signs, concise directional signs and high-friction surfaces to improve skid resistance are some of the planned upgrades on the Abu Dhabi-Al Ain motorway. The Department of Transport (DoT), which yesterday announced a one-year plan to improve the E22, said the upgrade would also include road barriers and improved signage for farm and residential entrances. Those measures are at their final design phase and are to be implemented "in ...  >>MORE

Dubai Smile to replace Floating Bridge

Posted on 07/08/2012

Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai (RTA) gives top priority, along with other projects, to the seventh crossing which will be built and opened for traffic next year, said an official source. The tender for the Dubai Smile project will be invited after the competition of the Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project, which costs an estimated Dh705 million. Eighty per cent of the tunnel project has been completed. The work on the Dubai Smile bridge is expected to be completed by mid-2013, the ...  >>MORE

UAE’s largest cable-stay bridge completed

Posted on 23/07/2012

The Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), the master developer of tourism, cultural and residential projects in Abu Dhabi, has completed the development of Hodariyat Bridge, UAE's largest cable-stay bridge, which links Abu Dhabi city's western coastline to the Hodariyat Island. The impressive bridge was successfully completed six months ahead of schedule and has now been handed over to the Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi. The 1.3 km-long bridge provides a 29-metre vertical ...  >>MORE

Is this Dubai’s longest jogging track?

Posted on 12/07/2012

The new Palm Jumeirah Park could emerge as a favourite destination for joggers and health buffs after a Dh20-million park opens there soon. Or it can be just a new family-outing destination where kids can play, dads can chill, mums can shop and nannies can chat. The final landscaping touches are being put in place at the Palm Jumeirah Park, which runs beneath the monorail line. The 2.5-km long strip forms part of a "trunk” of the iconic reclamation project, with a jogging track that ...  >>MORE

New bridges have 'positive impact' all over Abu Dhabi

Posted on 10/07/2012

They had to look good, they had to be safe, and people had to want to walk all over them. That was the brief for architects who designed nine new pedestrian bridges in the capital - and on top of all that, the job had to be completed post-haste. "After winning the contract, the real work started as the client was keen to erect the nine bridges as soon as possible," says Olga Buettner, the lead architect on the project and managing director of BueTTner Architects & Engineers. BueTTner won ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi road tunnels get security cameras

Posted on 06/06/2012

Pedestrians using underpasses to cross to the other side in Abu Dhabi should avoid throwing waste or get involved in other malpractices as they will be caught by security cameras being installed underground in the capital. Municipality workers were seen this week fixing advanced security cameras inside each underpass in the city of nearly 1.3 million people. Each of the more than 30 pedestrian underpasses in the capital will get three security cameras-one in the middle and two at the edges ...  >>MORE

RTA begins Dh1billion roads project

Posted on 20/05/2012

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has awarded two contracts for the construction of new roads in Al Qusais and Al Quoz costing Dh38 million, which form part of the first phase of its five-year Dh1-billion project to improve roads in the residential areas in the emirate. The move comes as the RTA tries to improve its road network in an effort to meet the demands of Dubai's growing demography. The project, known as the RTA's five-year Internal Roads Construction Plan, will be built in ...  >>MORE

Pedestrian safety: Abu Dhabi takes a step in the right direction

Posted on 26/03/2012

A pedestrian safety action plan is being drawn up in a bid to cut the number of pedestrian fatalities and to encourage pedestrians to use overpasses, tunnels and pavements. "We have already drawn up an action plan to reduce pedestrian fatalities, to encourage them to walk and to use tunnels for their safety," Abdullah Rashid Al Otaiba, Chairman of the Department of Transport (DoT), told Gulf News. Speaking after the Walking Audit of Pedestrian Walkways in the City of Abu Dhabi, Al Otaiba ...  >>MORE

New border crossing at Hatta to open soon

Posted on 13/03/2012

The new high-tech Hatta Border Port Crossing complex, linking the UAE and Oman, will open in a few months' time, a senior official said. Once open, the new facility will help ensure ease of vehicular movement between the two countries. The project covers an area of 3,136 square metres. Major General Mohammad Ahmad Al Merri, Director-General at General Directorate for Residency and Foreigners' Affairs (GDRFA), told Gulf News that more than 155,000 people use the Hatta crossing every month ...  >>MORE

Salaam Street and Tunnel wins project of the year at Middle East Electricity awards

Posted on 09/02/2012

Abu Dhabi Municipality and Ruud Lighting Arabia were the standout winners at the Middle East Electricity Awards, taking home the Project of the Year Award for their joint collaboration on the Salaam Street and Tunnel project in the UAE capital. Contested by 29 departments, teams and organisations across six different categories, the awards were a new addition to Middle East Electricity, which opened yesterday (7 February) at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Bridge win celebrated

Posted on 26/01/2012

Washington - The International Road Federation (IRF) held a ceremony here Tuesday to present representatives of the Municipality of Abu Dhabi with the Global Road Achievement Award (GRAA) in the Design Category which was won by Sheikh Zayed Bridge in Abu Dhabi. The bridge which was constructed by the Municipality of Abu Dhabi has become a grandeur landmark for the UAE's capital city is named after the late founding father of the UAE Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan. GRAA is accorded by ...  >>MORE

Dh1b 5-year plan for Dubai's internal roads approved by Dubai Ruler

Posted on 25/12/2011

A five-year plan (2012 - 2016) for paving internal roads in a number of residential areas in Dubai has been approved by Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The Dh1 billion five-year plan undertaken by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) reflects interest in enhancing road networks to cope with the expanding urban development and residential areas in Dubai. The plan covers 16 residential areas in which the percentage of ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Bridge scoops IRF's Global Road Achievement Award for Design

Posted on 11/12/2011

The Sheikh Zayed Bridge (Third Crossing), which was constructed by The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City, has recently won the Global Road Achievement Award (GRAA) in the Design Category, accorded by the UN-recognised the International Roads Federation's (IRF). The 2011 Global Road Achievement Awards program is a worldwide contest held to identify and honour excellence, innovation, and exceptional achievements in 12 key categories in the transport and infrastructure industry. Engineer Abdullah ...  >>MORE

Dubai to Fujairah in only 40 minutes

Posted on 05/12/2011

It only takes 40 minutes to get here from Dubai. And no more driving between lumbering lorries and clapped-out cars. Yesterday, few drivers travelling between the two emirates seemed to realise the new US$1.7 billion (Dh6.24 billion) road slicing through the Hajjar Mountains is open. "It's beautiful," one Abu Dhabi woman said as she pulled over to watch some construction workers pour cement. The new 40-kilometre stretch links the outskirts of Fujairah — close to where the new city ...  >>MORE

Al Diyafa Street will now be called '2nd of December'

Posted on 05/12/2011

The famous Al Diyafa Street in Dubai has been renamed the ‘2nd of December' to mark the 40th National Day. His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, issued the order to rename the street. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), said the 2.5-kilometre Al Diyafa Street extends from Union House on Jumeirah Street to the Dubai World Trade Centre ...  >>MORE

Expressway to link Fujairah, Dubai

Posted on 20/11/2011

The Sheikh Khalifa Expressway, linking Fujairah and Dubai and constructed at a cost of Dh2 billion, will be opened soon to coincide with the National Day celebrations. "The expressway will help commuters to cover the distance between the two emirates in 40 minutes,” said Mohammed Saif Al Afkham, Director of the Fujairah Municipality. He said the new expressway's construction was commenced in mid-2006 in pursuance of the directives of the President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

Al Salam Street lighting system reduces power consumption, carbon emissions

Posted on 20/10/2011

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City has completed the installation and commissioning of 50 traffic signal poles fitted with 206 bulbs, and 120 decorative street lighting poles fitted with LED lighting system along the completed surface roads of Al Salam Street Upgrading Project. The move is part of the strategy of the Municipality of Abu Dhabi City to cope with the current and future requirements of urbanisation and demographic growth. The LED system endures lighting over extended periods with ...  >>MORE

Municipality of Abu Dhabi City opens Phase I of Al Salam Street surface roads

Posted on 22/09/2011

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City will open the initial phase of surface roads and intersections of Al Salam Street on Friday for vehicles '&' pedestrian along a corridor stretching from the intersection with Hamdan Street up to the intersection with Al Falah Street in both directions. The opening of this phase of the project is part of a phased plan to gradually open the completed parts of Al Salam Street Upgrading Project. This initial phase entails the provision of 740 parking slots, ...  >>MORE

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


The Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi to construct the new Mafraq - Ghweifat and Abu Dhabi - Dubai highways


Dh7.3m Sharjah roads project completed


RTA: 90% of Trade Centre Bridges Project completed


Mohammed bin Rashid views Al Ittihad Bridge project


Rashid Hospital Tunnels to ease traffic in Dubai


Dubai Bypass Road renamed Emirates Road


Abu Dhabi roads to have electronic warning signs


RTA opens Dh 940mn flyover linking Hessa Road, Al Khail Road and Al Barsha with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road


Major interchange opens in Ajman after two years


Trade Centre Bridges project to be completed by year-end


Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project 80 per cent complete, RTA says


Emirates Road named after Mohammad Bin Zayed


Dh250m road project to be completed by January


Al Salaam Street and Tunnel re-named after Sheikh Zayed


Abu Dhabi vision has greener and cheaper roads in the fast lane


Abu Dhabi completes region’s longest traffic tunnel


Mohammed bin Rashid approves Creek Panorama Project


Business Bay canal extension to begin in 2013


Dubai Creek canal set to cross Sheikh Zayed Road


Abu Dhabi makes streets more people-friendly


Al Ain to build new bridges and tunnels


RTA starts building 13 new pedestrian bridges


Upgrades planned for Abu Dhabi-Al Ain motorway


Dubai Smile to replace Floating Bridge


UAE’s largest cable-stay bridge completed


Is this Dubai’s longest jogging track?


New bridges have 'positive impact' all over Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi road tunnels get security cameras


RTA begins Dh1billion roads project


Pedestrian safety: Abu Dhabi takes a step in the right direction


New border crossing at Hatta to open soon


Salaam Street and Tunnel wins project of the year at Middle East Electricity awards


Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Bridge win celebrated


Dh1b 5-year plan for Dubai's internal roads approved by Dubai Ruler


Sheikh Zayed Bridge scoops IRF's Global Road Achievement Award for Design


Dubai to Fujairah in only 40 minutes


Al Diyafa Street will now be called '2nd of December'


Expressway to link Fujairah, Dubai


Al Salam Street lighting system reduces power consumption, carbon emissions


Municipality of Abu Dhabi City opens Phase I of Al Salam Street surface roads