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Dubai's new road projects relieve residents of daily traffic woes. Residents who use the roads in Dubai are heaving a sigh of relief after at least four new roads projects have been executed easing traffic snarls at several important junctures of the city. The emirate has spent over Dh140 billion on the improvement of roads and transport infrastructure since 2006. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has brought about massive infrastructure improvements over the past 15 years in the emirate. Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, director-general and chairman of the board of executive directors of the RTA, opined, “The length of the road network increased from 8,715 lane-kilometres in 2006 to 18,255 lane-kilometres in 2020.”
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Khaleej Times spoke to a few residents who are now relieved of daily traffic woes as many of the key road projects have been completed or are witnessing work-in-progress with more free detour lanes being built to facilitate uninterrupted traffic movement. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) recently opened a new bridge linking Al Manama and Al Meydan Streets, crossing over the Dubai Al Ain Road. The roundabout on this junction has been eradicated and the RTA has adjusted the sloping ends of the existing bridges on Al Meydan Street. “The traffic congestion on this route has eased a lot as compared to what it was earlier. I live close to Ras Al Khor Road. So I take that route whenever I go towards Meydan. I often go cycling when the weather is good. Dubai and RTA is investing a lot in giving the city a facelift. When I came in the year 2006, the emirate looked so different. But with all this world class infrastructure the city has truly become world class”, says Dubai resident, Mohamed Danish.
 
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