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Emirates Road extension work on track for July completion

ABU DHABI, April 21, 2018

UAE authorities said work was progressing well on the Emirates Road Extension project, being developed to link capital Abu Dhabi with the northern emirates of Ras Al Khaimah and Umm Al Quwain, and is set for completion by July this year, said a report.
The project, being developed at a total cost of Dh90 million ($24.4 million) will help reduce traffic congestion on the entry points leading to Ras Al Khaimah City by 30 per cent, said state news agency Wam.
Minister of Infrastructure Development Dr Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi underlined the importance of completing the construction works of ongoing infrastructure projects nationwide as per schedule and in a way that ensures UAE continues its coveted ranking across global competitiveness indexes.
Al Nuaimi made his remarks while touring the Emirates Road extension in Suhaila and Shamal in Ras Al Khaimah.
"The ministry is keen to progress through world-class projects that will befit its prestigious global ranking in all international competitiveness indexes," Al Nuaimi said while noting that the country has achieved the first position for four consecutive years in the area of road quality.
Emirates Road, or "E611," is being developed to link Abu Dhabi with the northern emirates of Ras al-Khaimah and Umm Al Quwain and will run parallel to E311, without passing through the city of Dubai.

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