Minister urges setting up detours ahead of road reconstruction

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AMMAN — Inspection tours of the “most affected” parts of the Desert Highway in the south began Tuesday by Minister of Public Works and Housing Yahya Al-Kisbi, as part of the ministry’s project to reconstruct desert road, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

Kisbi stressed, during the tour, “the necessity of establishing road diversions on the site, and securing them with the necessary public safety elements and warning signs, in order to divert traffic on them, within the agreed time periods, to ensure traffic sustainability on the road, and to start reconstruction work.”

He stressed that “it will be carried out along with the completion of the reconstruction of the most affected parts, from Ras Al-Naqab to Humayma, with a length of 17km, after the completion of the road diversions.

Kisbi said that “the work in the project to complete the reconstruction of the road has been divided into two grants, where the first grant will be for the area between Al-Marigha, passing through Ras Al- Naqab and reaching Dabat Hanut, while the second grant for the area will be between Dabat Hanut and Humayma.”

Kisbi added that the ministry “did not neglect its important social role, and in order to serve the local community, it employed the region’s recent graduates through a system of mandatory employment to work on the project.”

At the end of the tour, Kisbi praised the efforts made by the workers on the project to ensure that the projected is completed within the agreed timeframes.

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