Ajman's Dhs250m road project to be completed by January
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, December 18 - 2012 at 00:42
One of Ajman's biggest road projects, which costs Dhs250m and involves the construction of the emirate's biggest bridge and intersection to date, is to be completed next month, Khaleej Times has reported. Work on the Al Humaidiya Bridge on Sheikh Khalifa Road started in March 2011."We have almost 90% of the work complete and the remaining work could be finished before the end of this year or earlier next month," said Dr Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, undersecretary of the ministry. The project is part of the Dhs16bn dedicated by the UAE president to develop the Northern Emirates' infrastructure, he added.
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