WATCH: RTA Announces The Launch Of A New Flyover That’ll Lead To Dubai Creek Harbour
RTA Announces The Launch Of A New Flyover That’ll Lead To Dubai Creek Harbour
The flyover leading to Dubai Creek Harbour is now officially OPEN!
This was announced by the Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) on Saturday, June 27 morning. The 740-metre flyover leading to Dubai Creek Harbour will link the traffic inbound from Dubai-Al Ain Rd and Al Khail Rd heading Eastwards to Dubai Creek Harbour.
The project also includes the construction of a new street of 4 lanes in each direction extending 1.5 km.
The flyover, a vital phase of the Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing Improvement Project, which involves the improvement of Nadd Al Hamar Street – Ras Al Khor Road intersection, along with extensive improvements of Ras Al Khor Road.
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
It will also serve more than 650,000 residents and link mega development projects in the area such as Al Kheeran, Dubai Creek, and Meydan Horizons.
Video: opening a new bridge of 3 lanes and 740-metre length, links the traffic inbound from Dubai-Al Ain Rd and Al Khail Rd heading Eastwards to Dubai Creek Harbour. The project also includes the construction of a new street of 4 lanes in each direction extending 1.5 km. pic.twitter.com/OADU4zgCs4
— RTA (@rta_dubai) June 27, 2020
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