Al-Joud Dual Carriageway Project in Al-Amirat: Phase 1

Muscat Municipaliy has entrusted the project to add an entrance to al-Joud street in the wilayat of Al-Amirat to reduce traffic congestion at the existing entrance near the Al-Mahj intersection, so that the planned entrance at al-Amirat street will take a route near the Oman Cricket Academy and connect it to the existing roundabout of Al-Ihsan. 

Project components:

Construction of a dual carriageway (630 meters long), and the duplication of the existing street with a length of (790) meters, making the total length of the road (1042) meters. 

Construction of acceleration & deceleration lanes on the existing dual carriageway (al-Amirat rod) with a length of (1010) meters.

Construction of a 900-meter-long service road.

Construction of a new roundabout. 

Construction of box culverts to drain rainwater and flash floods in five sites.

Construction of support wall with a length of  (115) meters.

Construction of a protective wall to wadies with a length of (750) meters.

The (2*3.65) meters dual carriageway has 1.5 meters wide outer shoulders, inner shoulders with a width of (1.2) meters, and a middle traffic island with a width of (2.6) meters).

The project is prepared according to traffic safety requirements, as per the modern design guide in protection, lighting and signs. 

Project objectives:

To enhance the traffic flow in different climatic conditions.

To stimulate the economic growth and prosperity of the region

Implementation period:

It is hoped that the implementation will take 9 months period. 

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