Oman’s Ministry issues direct order to complete remaining works of Mahlah-Ghubbrat Al Tam-Ismaiyah road project

Muscat: Today, the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology issued a “direct execution order” to complete the remaining works of the (Mahlah-Ghubbrat Al Tam-Ismaiyah) road project in the Wilayat of Dima and Al-Tayyin in the North A’Sharqiyah Governorate to a company specialized in the field of roads.

The project works include the design and implementation of the remaining part of the road at the (Khabba) site, with a length of about (3 km), and the construction of a number of culverts to drain rainwater and valleys.

The cross-section of the road consists of two traffic lanes with a width of (3.5 meters) for each lane, equipped with traffic safety requirements of metal barriers, guiding regulations and warning paints, taking into account the completion of the implementation of the road according to the road design guide in the Sultanate of Oman.

The road, when completed, will contribute to the smooth flow of traffic, and revitalize the tourism and economic aspects with the rest of the states of the Sultanate of Oman.

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