Total cost of the project is expected to be around $817,000
The City Municipal Centre in Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) has begun upgrading Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Street in Abu Dhabi. According to a report by WAM, the landscaping upgrade is part of the ADM’s efforts to keep pace with the development drive in the city and maintain the urban appearance of the city’s roads.
The project will be undertaken in two phases. The initial phase covers the sector from the intersection of Moqab Street with Rashid bin Saeed Street up to the intersection of Salama bint Butti Street. Phase two of the project will cover the sector from Shakhbout bin Sultan Street to Salama bint Butti Street and from Moqab Street to Al Maqtaa Bridge.
Both phases of the project will cost approximately $817,000.
The project is said to reflect the keenness of ADM to improve the city’s landscape and is part of a comprehensive drive for revamping the infrastructure, facilities, roads and roundabouts across Abu Dhabi Island.
The upgrade works aim to enhance the general appearance of the city, reduce maintenance costs, and curb water spillage in the streets, said Abu Dhabi City Municipality.