Oman has announced the opening of a 39-km main road built as part of the Ibri-Yanqul dual carriageway project. This comes after the completion of the remaining 10-km stretch within Phase One of the project, said a report.
With this move, 262 km of the Adam-Haima-Thumrait dual carriageway project has now been opened for traffic out of (317.5) km that constitutes the overall length of the road, which starts from Adam region in the A’Dhakiliya governorate to Haima region in the Al Wusta governorate, reported Oman News Agency.
The opening of this dual carriageway comes after the completion of the remaining part in Phase One, a 10km stretch that starts from the Al-Areedh area and ends in the Khadel area in wilayat Ibri, it stated.
Ibri-Yanqul dual carriageway road is one of the vital projects in Al-Dhahirah Governorate. It will benefit villages along the way, like Al-Areedh, Khadeel, Majzi, Al-Dhowehrya, Al-Raki, and Sea, it added.
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