Madaba tourist path project 50% complete

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AMMAN – On Wednesday, the Mayor of Madaba, Arif Rawajih, stated that the completion rate for the tourist pathway project on the Faisaliah/Mount Nebo road has reached 50 percent, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

In a press statement, Rawajih mentioned that the project is progressing according to plan. The project costs approximately $1.35 million, funded through a grant from the Municipal Services and Social Resilience Project (MSSRP) and the Ministry of Local Administration (MoLA).

The project includes the construction of a tourist pathway featuring a modern stone entrance gate made from Madaba stone. Additionally, pedestrian walkways and dedicated bike lanes will be established. The path will showcase mosaic panels representing the overall character of Madaba while preserving the natural wealth on both sides of the road by creating specialized basins and planting nearly 2,000 trees.

Furthermore, the project involves road reconstruction and expansion, rainwater drainage, energy-efficient street lighting, and directional signs for road safety.

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