New Dubai Road Will Ease Traffic On Al Manama Street

by Deeplata Garde
New Dubai Road Will Ease Traffic On Al Manama Street

A road project that will ease traffic on Al Manama Street is now 67 per cent complete, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has announced. The project is part of the recently-opened Dubai-Al Ain Road Improvement Project. The construction includes a new traffic corridor that links Al Meydan Street with Al Manama Street through a bridge of four lanes in each direction.

New Dubai Road Bridge To Ease Traffic

It has a capacity of 8,000 vehicles per hour each way. The project also included the construction of slip lanes to link with the Dubai-Al Ain Road.

As part of the work, the first three junctions of Al Manama Street with Aden Street, Sanaa Street, and Nad Al Hamar Street will get converted into signalised intersections to boost the capacity of the existing service. In addition to modifying part of the traffic lanes on Aden Street also required adding four additional lanes of traffic for each way up to the intersection of Nad Al Hamar Street.


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With the upgrades, the road will be able to accommodate 2,000 more vehicles per hour in each direction This will result in fewer delays, and there will be better crossing traffic flow.

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Reduced Traffic Congestion By 30%

New roadways are being built in three residential areas in Dubai. It will make facilities and highways more accessible and improve entry and exit. It will also lessen traffic. Nearly 60% to 70% of the 34.4 km of internal roads in Al Quoz 2, Nad Al Sheba 2, and Al Barsha South 3 have been built.

The 12-kilometre-long Tripoli Street, which connects Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road, would reduce traffic congestion by 30%. View the video that the Dubai Media Office tweeted. It will be possible to increase road capacity to 12,000 cars per hour in both directions with the help of the Tripoli Street Improvement Project, which will run parallel to Airport Street.

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