Abu Dhabi's Corniche Road set for Dhs7 million upgrade

Work to be completed before the end of 2019

Abu Dhabi's Corniche Road set for Dhs7 million upgrade
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Slowly but surely Abu Dhabi is being upgraded.

Older parts of the city are being given new lease of life and developed to fulfil their potential as part of a modern city.

Recently works were completed in Al Zahiyah, formerly Abu Dhabi’s Tourist Club Area after a number of years. Now work is finished, we're sure you'll agree traffic is running a lot more smoothly.

Another area that’s set for update work is Corniche Road, one of the busiest roads in the entire city.

Abu Dhabi Municipality have started a project worth Dhs7m to improve the traffic island that divides the two sides of the road.

Split into two phases, the first section to receive the upgrade is between Corniche Road and King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street intersection to the Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Street intersection.

The second phase will see works carried out between Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Street intersection up to the Vegetable Market at Mina Zayed.

Upon completion, the newly developed area of the city will help reduce irrigation and water consumption costs and is expected to be completed during the first week of December in time for UAE National Day celebrations.

We look forward to seeing the Corniche’s new look.

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