The Municipality and Planning Department of Ajman announced the start of work on the Al Ittihad Street development project from today and called for the use of alternative roads to ensure easy access to the desired destinations.
Yesterday, the Ajman Police announced the activation of the diversion of Al Ittihad Street (Al Nuaimiya intersection) from today until the completion of the construction of the new bridge.
The Director of Traffic and Patrol Department of Ajman Police, Lt. Col. Saif Abdullah Al Falasi, told Emirates Today that the project plan identified the location of the Al Nuaimiya intersection bypass, where the development includes the construction of another bridge in Al Nuaimiya in the opposite direction , while the detour goes inside the Industrial Area, indicating that work will begin today, Friday, and continue until the end of the project.
He emphasized that the administration has taken all preparations for traffic diversions, to facilitate the passage of cars and organize traffic in a way that achieves traffic flow.
His Highness Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman and Chairman of the Executive Council, launched the second package of infrastructure development projects in the emirate, which is part of the second package of the initiative of His Highness Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Member of the Supreme council and ruler of Ajman, to develop infrastructure and promote the Emirate of Ajman to be one of the most important modern cities in architecture and construction.
According to the plan for the development of Al Ittihad Street, the project seeks to increase the capacity of the street, which is one of the most important streets in the emirate and witnesses constant movement around the clock as it connects the emirate and the other. emirates.
According to the plan, the street will include five lanes in each direction from the borders of Emirate of Ajman and Wasit Station to the intersection of Sheikh Khalifa Bridge. Linking the heritage buildings of the Al Nakhil 1 area and extending to the waterfront, the heritage walkway is intended for pedestrians only to promote sustainable tourism and preserve the area’s heritage.
The cost of developing Al Ittihad Street is 71 million and 600 thousand dirhams and it will provide the necessary expansion compatible with the scale of use.
The project seeks to increase the capacity of Al Ittihad Street, which is one of the most important streets in the emirate.
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