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Ashghal opening more projects to ease traffic flow
Doha Today
As part of its efforts to enhance the traffic flow in all parts of the country, the Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ announced the completion of the second and final phase of Ali bin Abi Talib Street development project in New Slata, in addition to converting the TV Roundabout to a signal-controlled intersection. The two projects will be opened to traffic today, in the presence of Brigadier Mohammed Abdul Rahim Marafia, Director of Engineering and Traffic Safety Department at the General Directorate of Traffic; Jamal Mattar Al Nuaimi, Director of Doha Municipality; and Abdullah bin Saeed Al Sulaiti, Member of the Municipal Council for the seventh constituency; Jassim Abdullah Al Malki, Member of the Municipal Council for the First constituency; Abdullah Al Hitmi, member of the Municipal Council for the fourth constituency; and a number of the project managers and officials from Ashghal. Saoud Ali Al Tamimi, Manager of Roads Projects at the Public Works Authority, said that Ashghal has been keen on opening a number of important projects ahead of Eid Al Adha and the beginning of the new academic year 2017-2018 in order to reduce congestion and ease traffic. The new openings include Ali bin Abi Talib Street, TV Intersection, Messila Tunnel, the Expanded Jasim bin Hamad Street, and parts of the Old Traffic Roundabout that is being converted to signal-controlled intersection, as well as the two tunnels at Pearl Interchange. Brigadier Marafia said: “The new openings implemented by Ashghal before Eid and the start of the new academic year contribute greatly to enhancing the traffic flow. Converting the TV and Sport roundabouts into signal-controlled intersections and the development of Ali bin Abi Talib Street and opening the two tunnels at the Pearl Interchange will have the greatest impact on the traffic flow especially at peak times and during school days”. Courtesy: www.thepeninsulaqatar.com
August 30, 2017 TO August 30, 2017
8:00
Doha
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