Abu Dhabi completes Al Ain road beautification project

Landscaping has been done along 1,480m, covering over 3,700 sqm

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. An aerial view of bridges and roads of Abu Dhabi is pictured through the window of an airplane of Etihad Airways, United Arab Emirates December 16, 2017.

Image used for illustrative purpose. An aerial view of bridges and roads of Abu Dhabi is pictured through the window of an airplane of Etihad Airways, United Arab Emirates December 16, 2017.

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UAE - Abu Dhabi City Municipality, represented by Zayed City Municipal Centre, has completed the development and beautification work at a median strip of Abu Dhabi - Al Ain road extending between Al Maqta Bridge and Umm Al Nar Bridge.

This comes as part of Abu Dhabi City Municipality's plan to enhance the general beauty of the city, rehabilitate its facilities in line with its aesthetic and civilised nature, and achieve integration in the city's appearance to reflect the harmony between the components of the area and its surroundings.

The project reflects the continuous efforts of the Abu Dhabi government to develop entrances of Abu Dhabi city and its surrounding internal and external areas.

As part of the beautification work, the city municipality has completed the development work at the median strip of Abu Dhabi - Al Ain road before Al Maqta Bridge and towards Abu Dhabi Island in Umm Al Nar Area, opposite the Police Museum. Landscaping has been done along 1,480 m, covering over 3,700 sq m.

Such works added an aesthetic touch to the entrance of the capital, enhancing the psychological well-being of road users and pedestrians, said the statement from the municipality.

Green areas containing flowers, soil covers, and palm trees have been provided. In addition, an irrigation system has been installed to maintain such plants, it added.-TradeArabia News Service

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