GAM Completes Sidewalks, Retaining Walls, and Middle Islands in Different Locations
Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) resumes implementing many infrastructural works in the Capital, including renovating sidewalks, stairs, middle islands, traffic works for crossroads, retaining walls, pedestrian bridges, rain water drainage lines, and public parks.
Director of Construction Department, engineer Mohammed Rahahleh, said that GAM executed the middle island in King Abdullah I Street in Marka, and at the present time, the renovation of the sidewalks of Princess Alia Street between Wadi Seer and Zahran is in progress.
The renovation and reconstruction of the sidewalks in Al Sweifieh which is a vital and important area in Amman are also underway.
He stressed that the of traffic works on several crossroads have already commenced in Al Rabieh/ Tla’ Al Ali region, which include traffic lights, middle islands, triangles, and circles to organize the traffic flow and enhance road safety in the Capital streets, noting that some of these works have been completed in Tareq region with the aim of containing the traffic jam in such a commercial active area.
According to Rahahleh, GAM is about to finish the water drainage box in King Abdulla II Street, one of the main roads connecting the Kingdom’s southern provinces with the northern highways and Queen Alia Airport.
He highlighted that the works of rain water drainage lines in Jawa, after executing some drainage lines in Qweismeh region, included locations with defects in draining rain water during winter.
GAM resumes the construction of two pedestrian bridges, one in Al Quds (Jerusalem) Street in Al Mgabalein region, and another in AL Yarmouk Street in Yarmouk region, these activities fall within GAM’s concern and incessant efforts to provide road safety for the pedestrians.
As engineer Rahahleh said, currently, GAM is building retaining walls in Al Nasr and Marj Al Hamam regions.
He pointed out that GAM is about to complete the 10 dunnum park in AL Nasr region, which consists of sitting areas for families, pedestrian paths, paved and sand playgrounds, in addition to Al-Weibdeh Park and it is expected to be inaugurated by the end of the current month. GAM previously renovated many old stairs in Al Yarmouk region.
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