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Crown Prince MBS ordered new road development project in Riyadh

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Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has ordered a new road development project in Riyadh. The main purpose of this project will be to provide sustainable transportable services to road users. The road connections or interconnectivity of the capital will be improved with the help of this project. More Details below.

Road Development Project Riyadh

This project will be one of the major road development projects in Riyadh. The total road network will cover 400 kilometres with improvement and addition of new roads. These are some of the famous roads which will see improvements:

  • King Fahd Road will have more junctions
  • The capacity of Imam Saud bin Faisal road increase from King Khalid Road. Length of 23 kilometres until the second eastern ring road.
  • Prince Turki bin Abdulaziz I road extension until second southern ring road. Length of 45 kilometres.
  • Extension of Abu Bakr Al-Saddiq road from Makkah Al-Mukarramah Road to Eastern Ring road. Extension south to the Dhahran Street with length of 17 kilometres.
  • Developing the Othman Bin Affan Road from King Salman Road to Al-Urouba Road, and from Makkah Al-Mukarramah Road to the Southern Ring Road with a length of 16 kilometres. 

Source: Arab News, 2020

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