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Al-Mashaan revamps Jaber Al-Ahmad Residential City with new entrances and exits

The Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Municipal Affairs allocated a budget to address damages in the streets of Block 2 and directed municipal authorities to increase focus on city cleanliness and replace all containers."

  • Numerous proposals were submitted to enhance the Jaber Al-Ahmad Residential City’s entry and exit points, as well as to address the problematic roads in the city, which have led to several accidents and financial losses for residents.

Muhammad Al-Shammari, the head of the Coordinating Committee for Jaber Al-Ahmad Residential City, confirmed that the Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Municipal Affairs, Dr. Noura Al-Mashaan, responded positively to the committee’s suggestions.

A budget has been allocated for the implementation of new entrances and exits to the city, addressing damages in the streets of Block 2, and directing municipal authorities to increase focus on city cleanliness and replace all containers.

Al-Shammari informed Al-Rai newspaper following his meeting with Minister Al-Mashaan about the residential requirements of Jaber Al-Ahmad City.

He mentioned, “Numerous proposals were submitted to enhance the city’s entry and exit points, as well as to address the problematic roads in Jaber Al-Ahmad, which have led to several accidents and financial losses for residents.”

Dr. Noura Al-Mashaan affirmed during the meeting that the ministry is prepared for implementation, with a dedicated budget allocated and all necessary approvals secured from relevant stakeholders.

Al-Shammari emphasized that “the matter necessitates approval from the Central Tenders Agency, as no session has been held for over five months. This delay has led to a halt in the implementation of the project for new entrances and exits to Jaber Al-Ahmad Residential City, as well as the asphalt works for the city’s streets, notably in Block 2, causing inconvenience for many citizens.”

He continued, “With cooperation from minister Al-Mashaan, I have approved some of the proposals I presented to alleviate the damage in Block 2 of Jaber Al-Ahmad City. Two weeks ago, a company was dispatched and collaborated with us to carry out temporary repairs.”

Al-Shammari mentioned that the minister confirmed that all garbage containers in the city will be replaced in the near future, and emphasis has been placed on the cleaning companies involved.



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