The Public Works Authority, Ashghal, announced a partial closure of Faleh Bin Nasser Intersection through Sabah Al Ahmad Corridor on Salwa Road to traffic leading to and from Al Waab and the right turn from Haloul Intersection on Salwa Road, while keeping open the right turns from Al Waab to Salwa Road and from Salwa Road to Haloul Intersection as well as the U-turns.
The two-month closure starting Sunday (April 5, 2020) is to continue the works of the cable-stayed bridge as part of Sabah Al Ahmad Corridor.
During the partial closure, designed in co-ordination with the General Directorate of Traffic, road users will be required to use the alternative routes as shown on the map.
Road users coming from Haloul Intersection on Sabah Al Ahmed Corridor towards Al Waab and Salwa Road can take right turn at Ibn Jama Street to reach Salwa Road, then U-Turn at Al Asiri Interchange and continue straight then take right turn to Ahmed bin Taymiya Street to reach Al Waab.
Road users coming from Al Waab towards Doha through Sabah Al Ahmad Corridor can take left to Ahmed Bin Taymiya Street to reach Salwa Road then U-turn through Faleh Bin Nasser Intersection to reach their destinations.
The Public works Authority will install road signs advising motorists of the traffic change and requested road users to abide by the speed limit to ensure safety.
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