Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) stated on Sunday it has awarded a Dh689 million contract for the advance of Hessa Road, which might double its capability.
The undertaking will enhance the variety of lanes from two to 4 in every course, permitting 8,000 automobiles per hour in every course. The undertaking work additionally consists of the development of a 13.5 kilometer cycle path.
Hessa Road is a significant thoroughfare connecting Dubai’s three important highways: Sheikh Zayed Highway, Al Khail Highway and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Highway. It additionally connects some fashionable communities in New Dubai similar to Al Barsha, JVC, Al Sufouh and Dubai Sports activities Metropolis, amongst others.
The undertaking covers 4.5 km from the intersection with Sheikh Zayed Highway to the intersection with Al Khail Highway. It options the renewal of 4 main intersections alongside Hessa Road, particularly Sheikh Zayed Highway, First Al Khail Road, Al Asayel Road and Al Khail Highway.
“The undertaking serves a number of residential and growth communities similar to Al Sufouh 2, Al Barsha residential space and Jumeirah Village Circle. The inhabitants of the areas served by the undertaking is predicted to achieve greater than 640,000 individuals by 2030,” stated Mattar Al Tayer, Director Basic and Chairman of RTA.
He stated a 13.5 km monitor for bicycles and e-scooters with a width of 4.5 meters, 2.5 meters for bicycles and e-scooters and a couple of meters for pedestrians might be constructed alongside the highway.
“The route connects Al Sufouh to Dubai Hills by way of Hessa Road and serves residential areas similar to Al Sufouh, Al Barsha and Barsha Heights. It’ll enhance first- and last-mile connectivity by connecting to Dubai Web Metropolis Metro Station in addition to industrial and repair locations within the space,” stated Al Tayer.
The brand new cycle path may have two bridges. The primary bridge is over Sheikh Zayed Highway, the second over Al Khail Highway and is 5 meters large: 3 meters for bicycles and e-scooters, and the remaining two meters for pedestrians. The design of the Al Khail Highway Bridge takes distinctive geometric inspiration from its environment.
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