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Concept Design Project Finalized to Connect Lusail City with Expressway Network

07 Feb, 2021 08:37 AMMinistry of Transport (MOT)Intended Audience
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Complementing the efforts of the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC) in developing a system of integrated planning of road network in Qatar, the concept design project that aims to connect Lusail City with the expressway network has been put together and finalized as part of upgrading the existing transportation network to be able to accommodate the growing demand on mobility and in preparation for Qatar hosting of key international events and bolstering the country’s economic and urban development.

The project features the designing of 39km of roads and 25 junctions; some of them are grade separation junctions. It also features connecting Al Shamal Rd. with Lusail City based on highspeed free-flow elevated expressways along Al Tarfa & Al Ebb corridors, plus connecting the internal street of Lusail with Al Majd Rd, thus ensuring a free flow of traffic.

This scheme will provide an integrated transportation network for all transport users, including metro commuters, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as safe and efficient traffic flow and enhanced connectivity between Doha and Lusail cities to keep up with the rapid population growth. It will also provide beautiful structures and landscaped areas that will enhance the overall look and feel of the region. The project has been submitted to Ashghal to develop detailed designs and go ahead with execution as per its execution schedule.

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