Aqabat Al Amerat road closed for 4 months: Muscat Municipality

Muscat: Muscat Municipality announced the complete closure of Al Jabal Street (Aqbat Al Amerat Street) for those coming from Al Amerat towards the Wilayat of Baushar for a period of four months, starting on Saturday, September 16, 2023, with one lane being opened during the morning peak period (5am to 9am), for the purpose of necessary maintenance work.

In a statement Muscat Municipality said: In continuation of the road maintenance work in the Muscat Governorate and in coordination with the General Traffic Department of the Royal Oman Police, the Muscat Municipality will implement a complete closure of Al Jabal Street (Uqbat Al Amerat Street) for those coming from the Wilayat of Al Amerat towards the Wilayat of Bawshar for a period of (four months) with the opening of one lane during the morning peak period (from 5 am to 9 am) daily, starting on the morning of Saturday, September 15, 2023, at 9am, for the purpose of maintaining the necessary protections on the road.

The municipality requests everyone to take caution, follow the traffic instructions shown on the site, and use the alternative road (Wadi Adi Road) to avoid traffic congestion. We hope everyone drives safely

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