Oman Completes Paving 7km Internal Roads in Yanqul

Internal road paving project in Yanqul worth RO 480k complete

Muscat: Al Dhahirah Municipality, represented by the Municipality of Yanqul, completed the internal road paving project in the Wilayat of Yanqul in the Governorate of Al Dhahirah, with a length of 7 kilometers and a total cost of RO 480,000 Omani Riyals, in order to strengthen the road network system and keep pace with the requirements of population and urban growth and develop infrastructure in the state.

Eng. Salem bin Mohammed Al Sarkhi, Director of the Projects Department at Al Dhahirah Municipality, explained that the project connects the population centers in the Al Raki and Al Suwader areas and the Ibri dual carriageway – transporting and shortening the distance for those wishing to use the dual carriageway between Ibri and Sohar.

He added that these roads aim primarily to reduce traffic congestion, ease of movement and communication, flow of traffic between residential communities in the state, and ease of access for school students to and from their schools.

The project will also work to create a healthy environment free of dirt and dust and social communication among the people, especially those living near the dual carriageway, as it will save them time and congestion after it took longer before the road was implemented.

The project includes protections during rainfall and valley flows, in addition to guidance signs on its various paths.

It is worth noting that the area in which this road was implemented is currently witnessing an active urban movement. A number of housing and commercial plans were distributed, and it included a number of public and private schools that serve most of the villages and towns of the state.

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