Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) yesterday opened a new bridge in a bid to ease traffic coming from Hamad International Airport and Al Wakra towards the capital Doha.
The new bridge extends from the F-Ring Road to Mesa
Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has opened a new bridge to traffic for commuters heading to Doha via the North Road Corridor. The new bridge is located at Izghawa Interchange, as an integrated part of North Road Enhancement Project.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will open this Friday the Abu Dhabi-bound southern bridge on the Sheikh Zayed Road as part of the initial phase of the Dubai Water Canal Project.
The bridge comprises eight lanes (si
Turkish Airlines brought the world-famous, iconic Batmobile to Istanbul to travel cross-continental for the first time via the newest Bosphorus Bridge, marking the release of Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure movie Batman v Superman:
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has opened a new bridge as part of the Dubai Water Canal project.
The ramp will ease the traffic flow coming from Jumeirah Road and Al Aathar Road in the direction of Al Hadiqa Road
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said it has awarded a Dh150 million ($41 million) contract for the construction of a temporary bridge to Deira Palm Islands and to open a new waterway underneath it.
Deira Islands pr
About 61 per cent of the work has been completed on the Dh2-billion ($544 million) Dubai Water Canal project which links the Business Bay with the Arabian Gulf in a 3-km route passing through the heart of the UAE emirate, said a report.
Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, was recently awarded the charter by a Japanese construction company to carry heavy machinery and steel parts for a new bridge currently being constructed across the Nile River in Uganda.
Thaikkudam Bridge, a leading Indian band, is set to launch a video of their superhit songs at the India Pavilion of Global Village on December 18, to add to the daily shows and performances.
The India Pavilion
Fewer than one in five GCC firms offer on-the-job training to their nationals creating a major ‘skills gap’ that needs to be bridged, according to an international expert. International Labour Organisation (ILO) deputy regional dir