RTA to open DWTC bridges by year end
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, January 28 - 2013 at 06:06
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the Parallel Roads Project is set to open for traffic by the end of this year, helping ease traffic near the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), Gulf News has reported. Being built at a total cost of Dhs719.37m, the project is one of the biggest parallel roads initiatives undertaken by the RTA, said Mattar Al Tayer, chairman and executive director of RTA. The project will put in place bridges extending 4,250 metres with a capacity of two lanes in each direction, in addition to a 120 metre-long concrete bridge added to serve the traffic heading towards Al Maktoum Bridge.
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