RTA opened of the second and final phase of the Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Corridor Improvement Project which spans 8 km along Ras Al Khor Road from Dubai-Al Ain Road to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. Works completed entailed the construction of four bridges, stretching 2 km in total.
The project was carried out in two phases. The first phase involved widening Ras Al Khor Road from three to four lanes in each direction and constructing a two-lane service road on both sides, thus increasing traffic safety and flow while eliminating the existing overlapping traffic spots and boosting the road’s capacity and cutting the travel time. It also included the construction of two main bridges. The first is a 740 meter 3-lane bridge that serves the traffic incoming from Dubai-Al Ain Road and Al Khail Road heading eastward to Dubai Creek Harbour. The second is a two-lane bridge with slopes reaching 990 meters to serve the traffic coming from Dubai Creek Harbour heading to Ras Al Khor – Hatta Road.
The second and final phase included the construction of a two-lane bridge stretching 988 meters with a free left turn for traffic incoming from Nadd Al Hamar Road in the direction of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Road, and another 115 meter long two-lane bridge to serve the traffic incoming from Nadd Al Hamar Road to Ras Al Khor Road in the direction of Dubai-Al Ain Road along with 368 meters two lane underpass providing a right-turn for traffic inbound from Ras Al Khor Road heading to Nadd Al Hamar.
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