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Rashidiya bridge to open on Friday
MATOVU ABDALLAH TWAHA January 02, 2018
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DUBAI: Traffic flow in the direction of Deira and Al Khawaneej is set to run more smoothly from Friday (Jan.5), when Rashidiya Bridge will be opened in both directions at the intersection of Airport Street.

The announcement was made by the Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Mattar Al Tayer.

A set of other bridges is set to be operational between February and June. Their enhancement of traffic flow will be felt up to Sharjah.

Al Tayer also announced that the new bridge at the intersection of Casablanca intersection would be operational in mid-Jan 2018.

He also revealed that the new bridge at the junction of Marrakech Street will open soon.

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