Another road project in Dubai is set to ease traffic towards Al Qudra Lakes, an ideal desert oasis that has become a most loved home base for occupants and guests.
The emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has granted an agreement to augment Saih Al Dahal Road, which is associated with the Saih Al Salam Road and the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.
The current single-carriageway road will be supplanted by a 11km double carriageway, with two lanes toward every path. When the project is done, the road will have three traffic circles that will ease traffic development every which way and interface with the passage points of Al Qudra Lakes.
“The project will expand the road admission from a current 1,800 vehicles to 4,000 vehicles toward every path to oblige the proceeded with development in traffic volumes. In this manner, it will facilitate the versatility of inhabitants and guests to the desert gardens on the two sides of the road, desert regions and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park,” said attar Mohammed Al Tayer, director-general and chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the RTA.
“It begins from the traffic circle at the intersection of Saih Al Dahal Road and Saih Al Salam Road in the north, following Al Qudra Cycling Station, and heads toward the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in the south.”
Augmenting Saih Al Dahal Road is important for the RTA’s advancement projects nearby, which incorporate the 23km Dubai Cycling Track, the current cycling track at Saih Al Salam running close by Al Qudra Street at the Gateway of the Dubai Cycling Track toward the Emirates Road.