Oman to implement projects worth OR8.5bn this year
- Oman: Sunday, January 06 - 2013 at 05:19
Oman's transport ministry has said projects worth OR8.5bn are set for implementation during 2013, Times of Oman has reported. The roads sector will see 57 projects worth a total of OR3.5bn covering 12,704km, the most important of which will be the Musandam-Khasab-Lima-Dibba road in Musandam, said transport minister, Ahmed Mohammed al Futaisi. Other works include dualisation of the Adam-Thumrait Road that links the country's north to the south, completion of the second phase of the Bidbid-Sur dual road, and linking the dual carriage road from Muscat to Ibri through Dakhliyah and Dhahirah.
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