Move means that 262km of the 317.5km Adam-Haima-Thumrait dual carriageway project is now open for traffic
Oman’s Ministry of Transport has opened the 39-kilometre-long main road of the Ibri-Yanqul dual carriageway project for traffic, following the completion of the remaining 10-kilometres stretch within Phase one of the project, it has been announced.
According to a report by Oman News Agency, the move means that 262-kilometres of the Adam-Haima-Thumrait dual carriageway project has now been opened for traffic, out of the 317.5 kilometres that constitutes the overall length of the road, which starts from the Adam region in the A’Dhakiliya governorate to the Haima region in the Al Wusta governorate.
The opening of this dual carriageway comes after the completion of the remaining part in Phase One, a 10km stretch that starts from the Al-Areedh area and ends in the Khadel area in wilayat Ibri, the Ministry explained.
The Ibri-Yanqul dual carriageway road is considered to be a vital project for the Al-Dhahirah Governorate as it will benefit villages along the route, like Al-Areedh, Khadeel, Majzi, Al-Dhowehrya, Al-Raki, and Seea, the report added.