Ashghal opens all streets in Doha Industrial Area’s package four

Doha: As part of the Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal”s commitment to implement its plan to provide a well-developed road network and fully integrated infrastructure utility services, streets within Package 4 of the Roads and Infrastructure Project in the Doha Industrial Area (DIA) have been opened.

“the importance of the projects carried out by Ashghal in the Industrial Area and the efficient role they will play once finished in boosting the movement of people and goods, and facilitating transportation and connectivity with main roads and expressways to cope with the economic development in Qatar,” said  Ashghal’s Project Engineer in the Southern Areas Section in Ashghal’s Roads Projects Department, Eng. Mohammed Al-Yafei.

“The authority previously announced that Packages 1, 2, and 6 are completed and that roads in these packages were open to traffic. Collectively they serve about 2,000 plots and provide 76km of roads,” Eng. Al-Yafei added.

Upgrades to Package 4 include developing infrastructure in addition to the creation of major streets such as Al-Wakalat Street, Al-Karajat Street, as well as interconnecting streets such as 23, 25, 26, and 28. This is under Ashghal ‘s steps to decrease traffic congestion and ease the traffic flow in industrial areas

“The development works in this package serve 679 plots, including retail stores and workshops, as they provide access to shops and residential properties. As part of the scope, 9km of roads were upgraded, whilst providing road safety elements, constructing 849 car parks, and providing lighting systems and road signs, with 286 lighting poles being installed. Moreover, signalized intersections were constructed on Al-Wakalat Street, Al-Karajat Street, and Streets nos. 15 and 23,”  said Eng. Mohammed Al-Yafei, while speaking about the benefits of the project.

“The Roads and Infrastructure Project in Doha Industrial Area – Package 4 provided infrastructure utility lines, as the scope involved constructing a 16.3 km groundwater and stormwater drainage network.” Eng. Al-Yafei added.


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