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Dubai Canal diversion work hits traffic in Al Wasl

While work on the Shaikh Zayed Road diversion to pave way for the Dubai Canal project is in full swing, traffic on the internal roads in Al Wasl area have been badly affected.

Demolition at Dubai Canal's 'turning' point

The building, where the Dh7.34-billion Dubai Canal will take a turn after moving through Sheikh Zayed Road (SZR) and move on to replace Safa Park, will soon be demolished, Emirates 24|7 can reveal.

Shaikh Zayed Road diversion work begins

Construction work has started on a major diversion coming up on Shaikh Zayed Road for the Dubai Canal project, officials said on Sunday.The initial phase of the work, located near Safa Park, involves building a diversion in the Dubai-Abu Dhabi direction.

RTA awards contract of Phase III of Dubai Water Canal costing...

The cost of this phase amounts to AED802 million, thus bringing the total cost of the three phases of the Dubai Water Canal project to AED1.766 billion.

Shaikh Mohammed approves Dubai Creek project

His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has approved a development project for Dubai Creek front in Bur Dubai’s Al Seef area. The project covers a 1.8 kilometre plot extending from Al Fahidi area and is being developed at an estimated cost of Dh 2 billion.

New Al Raha plan includes tram, water taxis

UAE-based Aldar Properties recently revised the master plan for its Al Raha mixed-use development to include a public tram line connecting to Abu Dhabi rail and public transport system, as well as water taxi stations along the canals.

12 Ways the Dubai 2020 Expo Will Affect You

There'll be shorter taxi queues and a better airport The Dubai Metro will get a new purple line extending to the Expo site, while there'll also be a cable car and bus services to get there. Plus the new Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (near Jebel Ali and way cheaper in a taxi than Dubai International) will surpass London Heathrow as the biggest in the world, with 160 million passengers per year. The Dubai Tram will also be finished, maing it easier for folks in the Marina to get to work.