A new bridge in Dubai reduces travel time to 3 minutes

rawda samy - | UAE

There is a new bridge in Dubai that cuts travel time down to three minutes.

The trip takes three minutes, thanks to a new bridge in Dubai.

The coastal district will be reachable in three minutes thanks to a new bridge that crosses Sheikh Zayed Road.

There will be two lanes on the 1,500-meter bridge in each direction.

Travel time to the waterfront location will be reduced from twelve minutes to three thanks to a bridge connecting Sheikh Zayed Road to Dubai Harbour. There will be two lanes on the 1,500-meter bridge in each direction.

Dubai Roads and Transport Authority announces the construction of a new bridge.

The new bridge's construction has been announced by the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority.

The bridge will act as a direct entry/exit point for Dubai Harbor, according to Mattar Al Tayer, director general and chairman of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). 6,000 cars can fit through it in one hour.

The bridge connects Dubai Harbour Street to the fifth intersection on Sheikh Zayed Road, which is close to the American University in Dubai. According to Al Tayer, it goes past the point where Al Naseem Street and Al Falak Street converge and crosses King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street to reach Dubai Harbour.

When the bridge is finished, there will be unrestricted traffic flow to and from Dubai Harbour, according to Abdulla Binhabtoor, chief portfolio management officer of Shamal Holding, the company that controls Dubai Harbour. We are dedicated to creating outstanding residential and tourism communities, and this project is a part of that.

Skydive Dubai, with a 770-meter runway, is located in Dubai Harbour, sandwiched between Bluewaters Island and Palm Jumeirah.

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