Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed a key sector of the Parallel Roads Improvement Project with the conclusion of construction works on Qarn Al Sahbkha Road in the UAE emirate.
Qarn Al Sahbkha Road, whi
Plans are underway for work to start on the second phase of the Muharraq ring road project in Bahrain, as part of efforts to address the increased traffic flow on roads.
It includes extending the ring road from Dair village to Bus
Yas Island’s Destination Management team showcased its offering to more than 29,500 visitors from 160 countries at the French Travel Market (IFTM Top Resa), a leading local business-to-business travel and tourism trade event, in Paris rece
State-of-the-art fibre-optics are being installed at traffic lights as part of a plan to improve Bahrain's road network, which includes widening roads, adding flyovers and junctions to reduce traffic congestion.
The Works Mini
Bahrain's Ministry of Works has started work on the BD288 million ($749 million) Abdul Rahman Al Dakhil Avenue revamp project in Manama.
The ongoing project at Block 321 in Manama area involves the extension of the road from P
The Bahrain Ministry of Works has started work on the Sheikh Ahmed bin Salman Avenue revamp project in the Riffa area of the kingdom.
The ministry's Roads Projects & Maintenance director Raed Al Salah said the BD409,032 ($
Oman’s Tender Board has awarded contracts for two road projects worth a total of RO33.29 million ($86.40 million).
These include a contract worth RO25.12 million ($65.22 million) for the construction of roads and site levell
King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) has signed a contract to develop the initial phase of a road that will connect the Haramain inner-city railway station with the Business Park at Bay La Sun district and KAEC residential communities.
Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have spread across North America and have transformed all aspects of the energy landscape in under 10 years.
Now the most important question for energy analysts is what technology will revolu
Someone died on Bahrain's roads once every four days last year, with an accident reported about once every six minutes on average.
The latest statistics from the General Directorate of Traffic show that a total of 95,965 accidents w