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Dubai’s AED 689 million mission to ease visitors on Hessa Street

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Dubai’s AED 689 million mission to ease visitors on Hessa Street

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has awarded a contract price AED 689 million for a significant mission geared toward easing visitors alongside Hessa Street.

The scope of the mission runs 4.5 km from the intersection with Sheikh Zayed Road to the intersection with Al Khail Road.

The important goal is to revamp 4 main intersections alongside Hessa Street, specifically, Sheikh Zayed Road, First Al Khail Street, Al Asayel Street, and Al Khail Road.

The variety of lanes on Hessa Street can even be doubled from two to 4 in every route, and its capability shall be boosted by 100 per cent to accommodate 8,000 autos per hour.

A 13.5 km biking observe can even be constructed as a part of the mission, along with two bridges for cyclists and pedestrians.

Intersections

The mission contains the advance of 4 important intersections. The first is the intersection of Hessa Street with Sheikh Zayed Road which could have a 2-lane directional ramp passing over the route of the Dubai Metro Red Line to serve visitors heading rightward from Sheikh Zayed Road to Hessa Street eastwards to the Emirates Road.

The second entails upgrades to the intersection of Hessa Street with First Al Khail Street by rising the variety of lanes on the present bridge of Hessa Street from three to 4 lanes in every route together with visitors enhancements to the floor signalised junction.

The third will see enhancements to the intersection of Hessa Street and Al Asayel Street by rising the variety of lanes from two to 4 in every route alongside Hessa Street along with enhancements to the floor signalised junction.

The fourth is the intersection of Hessa Street with Al Khail Road and contains developing a two-lane directional ramp to serve the visitors sure northwards to Al Khail Road within the route of Sharjah.

Cycling observe

The mission features a 13.5 km observe for bicycles and e-scooters measuring 4.5 metres in width – 2.5 metres for bicycle and e-scooters, and a couple of metres for pedestrians.

The observe will join Al Sufouh to Dubai Hills by way of Hessa Street, serving residential areas like Al Sufouh, Al Barsha, and Barsha Heights. It will enhance the primary and last-mile connectivity by linking with the Dubai Internet City Metro Station together with industrial and repair locations within the neighborhood.

The new biking observe can even function two bridges. The first one will cross Sheikh Zayed Road and the second will cross Al Khail Road.

The bridges will measure 5 metres in width – 3 metres for bicycles and e-scooters, and the remaining two metres for pedestrians.

Source web site: www.dubai92.com