Work on Ajman’s Sheikh Ammar Street Development project more than 65% completed


$18.7 million project will be completed by the beginning of 2023

Work on the Sheikh Ammar Street Development project is progressing at a steady pace in Ajman, with more than 65% of the project completed, it has been announced.

According to a WAM report, the project, which is being at an investment of $18.7 million, will help improve traffic flow as it will include making Al Tallah Street a two-way street. It is part of the first package of initiatives aimed at improving the emirate’s infrastructure and making it a modern, international city in terms of its architecture and construction, the report added.

The updates on the project came during a visit by Abdul Rahman Mohammed Al Nuaimi, Director-General of the Municipality and Planning Department in Ajman, who was briefed about its progress and inspected the work being done on the street.

During the tour, Al Nuaimi stressed that the project’s goal is to enlarge the street to three lanes from Al Rawda Bridge to Sheikh Ammar Bridge.

He added that as one of the emirate’s vital streets, the development requires drafting a plan to assess the ongoing situation and current and future needs.

Work on the project is scheduled to be completed by the beginning of 2023.



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