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Abu Dhabi plans $128m infrastructure projects

ABU DHABI, March 9, 2016

Abu Dhabi government is set to pump in more than Dh470 million ($128 million) on major infrastructural projects including new internal roads, parks, multi-purpose courts, reservoirs and pumping stations in the UAE capital.

Major infrastructural projects will be developed in the mainland - South region of Abu Dhabi at an investment of more than Dh470 million ($128 million), said a report.

These include construction of internal roads, parks, multi-purpose courts, irrigation networks, reservoirs, and pumping stations, reported Khaleej Times, citing a senior municipal official.

Of these projects, Abu Dhabi Municipality is currently finalising an internal roads and infrastructure project at Mohammed Bin Zayed City costing over Dh200 million ($54 million), stated Musabbah Mubarak Al Murar, the acting general manager.

"The first project includes road works, and soil improvement, besides building all pavement layers, including the final layer, road markings, installing traffic signs, and building parking lots and entrances for land plots," he added.

Developing infrastructure components and facilities in Abu Dhabi is a key priority and a strategic objective in the municipality's agenda, he added.

The other key projects include the setting up of storm-water drainage and streetlighting network besides construction of seven electric transformer substations and conduits for communications, irrigation and power networks.

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