According to RTA, around 72 percent of the construction has been completed.
About 72 percent of construction work on internal roads and street lighting in Margham, Lehbab, Al Lisaili and Hatta has been completed, the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said on Sunday.
The project covers a total distance of 38 kilometers which includes 19 kilometers of road works and the addition of lighting poles along another 19 kilometers of existing streets.
Mattar Al Tayer, director general and president of RTA, said the internal roads project had been carried out to address the needs of population growth and urban expansion and promote the well-being of the emirate’s residents.
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The projects in Margham and Lehbab include construction of roads, stormwater drainage networks, road paving and street lighting for around 14,000 residents in the two areas.
“The internal roads project in Margham covers the construction of roads that will extend 5 km along Dubai-Al Ain Road, near Skydive Dubai,” Al Tayer added.
In Al Lesaili, internal road works cover 7 km, public lighting works on existing roads in Saih Assalam near the last exit and Al Qudra lakes extend over 14 km. The area serves about 2,900 residents and will improve entry and exit points to the area.
In Hatta, the project covers the construction of 2 km roads, specifically in Saa’eer, Al Salami and Suhaila. The infrastructure works include rainwater drainage and street lighting, serving around 6,000 residents and improving entry and exit points and connecting the newly developed residential community to the road network.