Sunday, June 25, 2017

Bahrain Ministry of Works opens key road

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works has opened the new Saar Southern Entrance road from Sheikh Isa bin Salman Highway has opened.

The project, opened by Minister of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf, comprises a new lane on Avenue 27 along with ramps entering and exiting Sheikh Isa bin Salman Highway, is expected to increase capacity by 40 per cent as well as easing access to nearby residential areas and shopping malls.

“The Saar Southern Entrance project is one part of a larger $1.2 Billion masterplan designed to ease traffic congestions along 11 locations. The new access road will improve the flow of traffic for vehicles entering Saar, thus eliminating the queue of vehicles reaching Sheikh Isa bin Salman Highway. By increasing the road’s capacity by 40 per cent, we are confident the project will significantly improve the local road network for vehicle users,” said Khalaf.

Khalaf confirmed that the Ministry submitted a series of projects for review by the Executive Committee, which has subsequently approved 11 urgent projects.

The Saar Southern Entrance road is one of several projects financed by the GCC Development Programme, to be implemented within three to five years. The comprehensive planning process has been implemented to ensure the Kingdom’s strategic road network is able to accommodate increased urban expansion.

 The Ministry of Works seeks to expand Bahrain’s road networks in-line with international standards, to further enhance Bahrain’s investment environment.  – TradeArabia News Service



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