Ashghal expected to open Salwa Road underpasses this month
- Qatar: Wednesday, March 06 - 2013 at 05:01
Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) is expected to open the remaining three underpasses on Salwa Road for traffic in the third week of this month, Gulf Times has reported. One out of the four underpasses, the one at Ain Khalid, was opened early this year and the remaining three known as Qatar Decoration, Central Market and Aziziya are scheduled to be inaugurated later this month, the report said. The underpasses are part of the QR1.59bn Salwa Road expansion project, which is scheduled for completion in September this year.
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