Abu Dhabi 2030 is the UAE capital's ambitious plan to ensure that the emirate is a modern, thriving place to live and work in the future, as its population grows to 3 million. There are a number of important elements to the plan and here, AMEinfo.com's special report discusses their key aspects, including transport and urban planning, tourism, air travel, real estate, education and culture.
Abu Dhabi's Plan 2030 involves an enormous overhaul of the emirate's current housing system, with a mix of public oversight and private developments. We look at the major projects currently underway.
In order to support Plan 2030, the Abu Dhabi government has undertaken a massive expansion of its port and cargo facilities, as well as internal transport upgrades and new road and rail networks
Tourism plays a key role in the government of Abu Dhabi's plan to expand revenue from the non-oil sector.
A keystone of the Abu Dhabi Plan 2030 is the need to improve the standard of education across all age groups, enfranchising residents to contribute to the capital's development.