A new highway connecting Dubai and Abu Dhabi will be opened to motorists by the end of the year.
The work is going on and 83 per cent of the construction has finished, the Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) announced on Wednesday.
The highway starting from Seih Shuaib towards Abu Dhabi, the highway will pass through the Forest Belt, Al Maha Forest, Kizad, Khalifa City, then crossing Al Ajban Road, passing by Abu Mureikha, Zayed Military City, Al Falah area and Sweihan Interchange at Abu Dhabi-Sweihan Road, which is just behind Abu Dhabi Airport.
The Dh2.1billion project includes six interchanges, in addition to six underground passes.
“This road project will provide a new link to Abu Dhabi city towards the international airport and Yas, in addition to Saadiyat islands,” said Eng. Hamdan Al Mazrouei, Musanada’s acting roads director. More info