Abu Dhabi completes $27m Al Faya - Saih Shuaib E75 road restoration project

WCN Editorial Team 27 Jan 2021 MIDDLE EAST TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Abu Dhabi General Services company Musanada and the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) have completed all the works related to the upgrade of the AED100m ($27.2m) Al Faya – Saih Shuaib E75 road project.

The road extends from the Mohammed bin Rashid Road intersection (E311) to the Emirates Road intersection (E611).

The work on the dualling and restoration of the project was completed in cooperation with Abu Dhabi City Municipality, Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, ADNOC, Abu Dhabi Distribution Company and other stakeholders.

Musanada said that the work on the project involved upgrading the road with two lanes in each direction along with a median.

In addition, the existing intersection (E611) was also renovated by building an underpass and expanding the existing tunnel to permit separate two-way traffic movement.

The project also included expansion of the camel underpass, removal of the roundabout at Al Ghadeer area, and construction of a new roundabout to connect to the existing Al Ghadeer area and the area’s plans.

Apart from this, it also involved developing a road lighting network as well as constructing a storm drainage network.

The road rehabilitation project is said to be part of the objectives of the Abu Dhabi Plan to provide sustainable infrastructure as well as the government’s strategy to establish premium infrastructure aligned with the best international standards.

According to ITC, the project is expected to ease traffic problems and improve road efficiency, while aiding in smooth transportation of goods from and to Abu Dhabi city, as the Al Faya – Saih Shuaib E75 road is one of the main truck roads running through Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Al Ain.

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Rendering of the Al Faya – Saih Shuaib E75 road project. (Credit: Larisa Koshkina from Pixabay.)

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