The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) on Wednesday announced the commencement of developing 28km of Al Khor link roads network and converting seven temporary roads into new permanent roads.
The development works will provide greater capacity and traffic flow in all directions, according to a statement.
Seven roads in Wadi Al Banat, Rawdat Al Hamama, Tenbek and Umm Garn areas will be developed along with three in Al Daayen. The new roads will be expanded to two and three lanes in each direction instead of one increasing the vehicle capacity to 8,000 per hour and reducing the travel time between these areas.
The roads will be linked to infrastructure networks services such as drainage, rainwater drainage and potable water networks in addition to telecommunication and electricity networks and street lighting. The new road design also includes green spaces and extended afforestation.
Upon its completion in 2022, the development works will achieve improved traffic flow in the area as these roads will connect Al Khor Road to the adjacent residential areas such as Rawdat Al Hamama, Wadi Al Banat, Al Kheesa, Al Daayen, Umm Garn and Tenbek as well as facilitating access to sports facilities and recreational facilities.
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