Abu Dhabi okays Dh750 million development projects

Al Ain City gets Dh220 million roads revamp

ABU DHABI 1 August 2017: Developmental projects worth in excess of Dh750 million have been endorsed for launch by the Abu Dhabi Executive Council.

This came in a meeting of the Executive Council Executive Committee under the chairmanship of Jasim Mohamed Al Zaabi who affirmed the enterprises are aligned with the Abu Dhabi Plan objectives to ensure safe community, and a sustainable, open and competitive economy, said Wam.

Two of the projects go for revamping internal streets in different areas across Al Ain City at an estimated cost of Dh220 million. The two projects are set to ensure traffic safety and upgrade services to meet population growth needs and ensure their well being.

Other projects include, but not limited to, development of two morgues in Abu Dhabi, and maintenance of the Sheikh Zayed Road and Bridge at a total cost of Dh25.5 million and a project for upgrading the efficiency of the emirate’s power grid to meet urban expansion and population growth needs.

The committee members have reiterated the tireless efforts made by the country’s wise leadership to ensure welfare and continue to help citizens and residents alike lead a decent life.

By Rajive Singh