Saudi Arabia is to fast-track a second causeway with Bahrain and a planned rail link, said a report.
Work on the project has been effectively started by the Saudis and the plans included reclaiming an island on which a passenger station
Aecom, a global provider of professional technical and management support services, has emerged as the lowest bidder to provide engineering consultancy services for the second phase of North Manama Causeway and Busaiteen Link.
A record 105,182 people crossed Saudi Arabia-Bahrain’s King Fahad Causeway on Sunday (September 27) – the highest number in one day since it was opened in 1986. It coincided with the return of haj pilgrims from Saudi Arabia, which
A proposal to open a pedestrian border crossing on King Fahad Causeway will be tabled by a leading Bahraini businessman. The initiative is the brainchild of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) board member Abdulhakim Al Shammary, w
Bahrain's Prime Minister His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has ordered
the construction of a fourth causeway linking capital Manama and Muharraq. It will connect North Busaiteen and Bahrain Bay.
Waiting times for trucks crossing the border into Saudi Arabia have dramatically decreased during Ramadan, it has emerged.
Trucks that took three days to get through the bottleneck are now crossing King Fahad Causeway within hours
More than 9.6 million vehicles crossed the Bahrain-Saudi Arabia King Fahad Causeway in both directions last year.
General Directorate of Traffic director-general Shaikh Nasser bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa released the updated figure
Bahrain plans to invest a total of $10 billion on a railway line connecting to the GCC rail network and a second causeway linking the country with Saudi Arabia, it has emerged.
A feasibility study being conducted by Canadian engin
Truck delays at the Bahraini-Saudi border are allegedly spilling over to Bahrain's main port.
Hundreds of trucks are reportedly queueing for up to eight days at the Khalifa Bin Salman Port, in Muharraq, as drivers await cleara
A new measure will soon be introduced to ease the truck congestion on the Saudi Arabia-Bahrain King Fahad Causeway as part of efforts to avert bottlenecks and ensure smooth flow of lorries.
Loaded trucks will leave Khalifa Bin Sal