Saudi Arabia to build three new bridges in Dammam, Alkhobar

March 11, 2014 1:45 pm


The mayoralty of Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province has announced plans to build three bridges in Dammam and Alkhobar, in order to ease traffic congestion on the region’s streets, Arab News has reported. The first planned bridge would be constructed in Dammam at the intersection between Prince Naif and Ali ibn Abi Talib roads, said director of public relations and spokesman for the mayoralty, Muhammad Al-Sufayyan. The second and third bridges are to be built on the intersection between Prince Naif Road with 18th Street and in Alkhobar at the intersection between King Abdulaziz Road and 10th Street, said Al-Sufayyan.

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