Mokhtar Ibrahim, an Egypt-based construction company, is scheduled to wrap up construction work on four new bridges in the state National Roads Project in December of 2016, said Mohamed Al Khatib, Deputy Chairman of Financial and Administrative Affairs, according to Amwal Al Ghad.

The four bridges are part of the National Roads Project and will cost an estimated EGP 500 million. The four bridges are in Zagazig, Mansoura and two bridges in 30 June Axis, Mubashir Magazine reported.

The National Roads Project was launched by President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi in 2014 and includes the construction of 39 roads, amounting to 4,400 kilometers in length.

Some of the planned roads included are the 33 kilometer Ismailia-Banha road, the 180 kilometer Suhaj to Red Sea road, and the 134 kilometer Wadi Al Naturn-Al Alamein road.