Sunday, April 23, 2017

Work starts on key Bahrain road project

Bahrain's Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs & Urban Planning has started work on the revamp of Road 3323 at Block 933 in Riffa area that serves 42 housing units.

The BD298,135 ($785,227) project, which is part of the ministry’s plan to improve infrastructure services in the Southern Governorate, has been awarded to Gulf Horizons.

The scope of work in Riffa Revamp Project includes re-construction of a 1.12-km-long road besides dredging and asphalting works using bricks, construction of a stormwater drainage network, implementation of ground channels for future use, lighting and signage works, stated Sayyed Bader Alawi, the roads projects and maintenance director at the ministry.

Also, a traffic signal will be installed on the Intersection of Road 3323 and Road 3334 and the central reservation and lanes between Road 3323 and Um Al Nasan Avenue, he noted.

According to Alawi, the work is expected to increase traffic safety levels and reduce accidents rate along the interchanges located on the road.

Also, the capacity of Road 3323 will increase by 30 per cent by providing pocket lanes; becoming 2500 vehicles during morning and evening peak hours.

Waiting time is also expected to decrease along the Intersection of Road 3323 and Um Al Nasan Avenue by 25 per  cent once work is completed, he added.-TradeArabia News Service



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