posted on 26/08/2012: 876 views
The municipality of Ajman has undertaken several projects to improve the infrastructure in the emirate and attract investors and tourists.
The demand for licenses to start industrial, commercial and entertainment businesses in the emirate has picked up, Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Ajman Department of Municipality and Planning, stated.
In view of this, the civic body is speeding up work on several road projects to improve traffic movement. "The roads and road improvements would be of the best international standards," he said in an interview with Khaleej Times.
The municipality has just completed the construction of Sheikh Jaber Al Sabah Road, Al Nuaimia Main Road and College Street in the Al Nuaimia area. In the same area, a number of internal streets have been paved and made two-way, several parking lots constructed, and street lighting and drainage installed at a cost of Dh29 million.
The municipality currently is working on the designs of road improvements in Al Zahra and Al Muwyhat areas, where the internal streets would be paved for two-way traffic. The streets would have 2.5-metre-wide hard shoulders, according to the paper.
This project is estimated to cost Dh16 million, which includes street lighting to ensure the safety of the residents, Sheikh Rashid said. He pointed out that the municipality has also finalised the designs for developing areas like Al Nakheel, Al Rameelah and Al Bustan. Work is on to revive heritage tourism by constructing Salih Souq, reviving the old city areas and improving the Ajman Museum. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
|20 May 2013||UAE top MidEast performer for tourism receipts in 2012|
|19 May 2013||UAE top tourism destination in the Arab world|
|19 May 2013||Al Gharbia taps into non-oil sectors for sustainable growth|
|15 May 2013||Christmas Day lift-off into space for Virgin Galactic and Abu Dhabi|
|14 May 2013||Abu Dhabi ranks among world's 100 busiest meetings destinations on ICCA's global rankings 2012|