4 Wellbeing Projects – Riyadh
4 Wellbeing Projects – New stages of change in the Saudi capital Riyadh are about to begin. The city of Riyadh has embarked on an ambitious programme of urban planning and civil engineering announced by the government worth over USD$23 billion that will transform the capital with four major projects.
The Symposium was organized by the Royal Commission for Riyadh City in the Saudi capital Riyadh, which also attended by diplomats and international media.
After a great deal of deliberation on making the lives of 7 million citizens of Riyadh at the symposium, solutions to the problems that are commonly encountered by cities around the world have discovered. Four major major projects will work out in phases.
King Salman Park
The current King Salman plans to convert the Airbus to the world’s largest city park, covering an area of 13.4 kilometers.
Will be a state-of-the-art new health and wellness destination in the heart of the city, providing a network of cycle routes and adding an impressive 135km professional world professional level cycle track project that will completely transform Riyadh’s Hanifa and Sully valleys into Parkland.
A culturally reinforced project that will include art, sculpture and interactive art in 1000 cities. Will establish the city as ‘a gallery without walls’ through a world-class interactive public art programme. The project will curate 1,000 pieces of art through world-class art programmes and host an annual art festival.
The project will plant 7.5 million trees which will make Riyadh beautiful and attractive. The estimation says that this Green Riyadh project will reduce the temperature to 2C.
These four transformative projects complement Saudi Vision 2030’s ‘Quality of Life’ Program and aligned with the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, to create sustainable cities and communities while driving urgent action against climate change. They will also help to establish Riyadh as one of the most livable cities in the world.
A report by Riyadh Xpress.