Qatar – Ashghal to open seventh and tallest bridge at Landmark Interchange on January 1 – MENAFN.COM


(MENAFN – The Peninsula)
Doha: The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) introduced the opening of the seventh bridge on the Umm Lekhba (Landmark) interchange, which is one kilometer lengthy, as a part of the Sabah Hall Undertaking Al Ahmad, Friday January 1, 2021, making certain free visitors move for street customers coming from Al Shamal Street to Al Markhiya Road.

The brand new bridge is the tallest bridge on this important interchange, and the second highest overflight in Qatar after flying over the Umm Besher interchange, as it’s situated at a top of round 30 meters and is consists of 1 lane to accommodate round 2000 autos per hour, which is able to considerably scale back the journey time of northern street customers to Al Markhiya Road with out having to undergo the Al Gharrafa intersection (Immigration ).

'Ashghal & # 39; & # 39; additionally opened pedestrian and bicycle paths and beautification components on the east facet of the brand new Al Hatim Road in Al Gharrafa district, roughly 6 km lengthy, about an space of ​​about 70,000 sq. meters, the place about 800 timber and 80 thousand sq. meters of shrubs and floor covers have been planted. As well as, 22 bicycle racks and 18 benches had been offered alongside the road.

“The interchange is 96% full and the remaining two bridges will probably be open by the primary quarter of 2021, in England. Ali Saeed Ibrahim, undertaking engineer of the street tasks division, stated.

The most important interchange in Qatar

Umm Lekhba is Qatar's largest interchange with a size of 11 kilometers. It consists of 4 ranges and is the primary in Qatar and accommodates 9 bridges which give clean visitors in all instructions.

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The interchange accommodates over 20,000 autos per hour. 5 bridges include two lanes in a single course, whereas the opposite 4 bridges consist of 1 lane in a single course.

The interchange is the second tallest interchange in Qatar after the Umm Bishr interchange on the G-Ring Street the place it’s situated at an elevation of 35 meters whereas the peak of the very best bridge reaches 36 meters.
Doha North Gate Interchange

The Umm Lekhba interchange is taken into account the northern gateway to Doha and a 'distribution level' because of its strategic location. The interchange is situated on the North Gate of Doha, the place the heavy visitors to and from Doha through Al Shamal, is situated in an essential location the place Al Shamal Street intersects with the Sabah Al Ahmad Hall.

Importantly, the interchange is situated in a densely populated space and vibrant business exercise the place there are various authorities entities, instructional and well being establishments in addition to business complexes and markets.

The interchange will ease strain on Al Shamal Street, significantly on the Al Gharrafa interchange often known as the Immigration and Al Duhail intersections. It’ll additionally obtain nice visitors move previous these coming from the Doha Corniche, Markhiya, Madinat Khalifa and Duhail in direction of Al Shamal Street, Sabah Al Ahmad Hall, Al Gharrafa and Gharrafat Al Rayyan to Al luqta and Al Rayyan.

The Sabah Al Ahmad Hall will stretch for about 25 kilometers from Hamad Worldwide Airport to the Umm Lekhba Interchange (often known as the Landmark Interchange) on Al Shamal Street. As well as, Ashghal will enhance 12 kilometers of native and ring roads crossing the Hall. The full street works of the undertaking is roughly 37 kilometers.

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