A nearly three-month diversion on the Doha-bound traffic between Al Kheesa and Al Kharaitiyat interchanges will begin tomorrow (Friday), Ashghal announced.
As part of the diversion, expected to end on January 28, 2017, a four-km long southbound segment stretch will be shut between Al Kheesa and Al Kharaitiyat interchanges and traffic diverted onto the existing northbound carriageway.
The diversion will maintain three lanes with reduced width, for each direction of traffic flow with the provision of protective safety barriers segregating the two directions of the carriageway.
The Collector and Distributor Left road will be closed between the Al Kheesa and Al Kharaitiyat interchanges and new connections provided for accessing the loops on the westbound side of the relevant intersections.
The traffic change is required to enable the on-going construction of a Doha-bound flyover, as part of improvements of Al Kheesa and Al Kharaitiyat junctions.
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