The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has announced it will implement a temporary road closure on part of Al Beday Street, between Bin Zaben Intersection and Al Lebdaya Roundabout, from Thursday.
The proposed road change is required to complete utility works and the construction of two underpasses at the Bin Zaben Intersection as part of Phase 2 of the Al Rayyan Road Upgrade project, Ashghal has said in a press statement.
The diversion, which has been designed in co-ordination with the General Directorate of Traffic, will last for three months.
To accommodate road users in the area, Ashghal has constructed a temporary road 200m to the east of Al Beday Street. It will consist of two lanes in each direction, and will be connected with Al Rayyan Al Qadeem Street through a new traffic signal junction. The signal is built to the east of Al Lebdaya Roundabout.
Motorists who normally use Al Beday Street to travel between Bin Zaben Intersection and Al Lebdaya Roundabout will now be required to use the new temporary road and then use the new traffic signal junction at Al Rayyan Al Qadeem Street or Bin Zaben Intersection to continue their journey.
Road signs advising motorists about the closure will be put up in the area. Ashghal has requested all road users to abide by the speed limit, which has been reduced to 50kph to ensure the safety of road users and project workers, and follow the road signs to ensure their safety.
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