New Bridge and Roads Open in Abu Dhabi

UAENew Bridge and Roads Open in Abu Dhabi

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a new bridge and roads will be open for motorists from May 20, 2023 in Al Reef area of Abu Dhabi.

In a public announcement, the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) in Abu Dhabi informed motorists about the new bridge and connecting roads opening in the Al Reef area on Saturday.

   

The ITC urged motorists to drive carefully and abide by rules and regulations on the road.

Meanwhile, a portion of Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street in Abu Dhabi will be temporarily closed over the weekend from 1:00 am on May 20 until 5:00 am on May 22.

The affected road is the right lane towards Musaffah Bridge, opposite Zayed Sports City.

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