Infrastructure projects worth of AED 544 million ($ 148) are planned to be injected by the Abu Dhabi Government, the UAE news agency WAM reported.
New internal roads, water networks, a wastewater system, electricity and communication lines, and rainwater drainage systems will be included within the intended projects, in addition to the referral of contracting for the roads and infrastructure projects at several plots in Mohammad Bin Zayed City, which was approved by the Abu Dhabi Executive Council Committee, headed by Saeed Eid Al Ghafli.
The project is expected to serve 119 units, 96 of which are residential units, while 23 are allocated for public facilities. The project also includes the establishment of internal roads over 7.7 kilometers, water networks, a wastewater system, electricity and communication lines, irrigation systems, rainwater drainage systems, and internal road lighting.
Another referral of contracting for internal roads and infrastructure projects, worth more than AED 102 million was approved by the committee, to be established in the Al Nahda Military Residential zone, Bani Yas and Al Shawamekh.
Infrastructure for 179 residential units, a 7.66 kilometer internal road, the pavement of 13.5 kilometers, the construction of 1,422 car parking spaces, and the transfer and protection of existing service lines are also part of the project.
The committee also approved to refer the contracting for the project to complete the development of Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan Road from the Al Falah intersection to Qasr Al Bahr intersection, amounting to AED 54.577 million.
The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) had laid down a 2030 urban structure plan, factoring in sustainability, infrastructure projects, community planning and quality of life through executing development projects across the emirate.