Bahrain's Prime Minister His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has reviewed a plan to develop the area between the Shaikh Isa and Shaikh Hamad causeways to make it a recreational facility for the citizens and build a touris
A new system that will dramatically cut down waiting times at the border is being discussed by Bahraini officials and their Saudi Arabian counterparts, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Bahrain Ministry of Works and Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning has awarded the engineering consultancy services contract to Aecom for Phase Two of the Muharraq Ring Road and the fourth Manama-Muharraq causeway project.
The number of lanes at King Fahad Causeway, which links Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, is to be increased from 17 to 45 in a major expansion, it was revealed yesterday (February 10). Two lanes are also being planned for each entrance leading to eig
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