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Najma Street to close temporarily from Monday till September 11

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  1. Bonjiek Dakoykoy

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    Najma Street will be closed temporarily from Monday until September 11, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) announced yesterday.

    The closure is to complete rehabilitation works on the existing underground sewerage network in Najma.

    The first part of the closure is 113 metres in length in both directions from the intersection of Najma Street with Ibn Shuaib Street to the intersection of Najma Street with Hamza Bin Malik Street.

    The closure includes Sikkat Al Ibreez Street and Maslama Bin Ahmed Street off Ibin Shuaib Street.

    Motorists coming from Mansoura Street can use Hamza Bin Malik two-way Street to access Nawfal Bin Al Harith Street, also a two-way street and continue onto to Ibin Shuaib one-way Street.

    The second part of the closure is 110 metres in length from the intersection of Najma Street with Hamza Bin Malik Street to the intersection of Najma Street with Al Mansoura Street. One lane will remain open to traffic coming from Al Mansoura Street. As an alternative, motorists can use Hamza Bin Malik Street to reach Nawfal Bin Al Harith Street, where both directions will remain open to traffic.

    Ashghal urges all commuters to abide by speed limits for their safety and follow new instructions displayed for them in the area. The Peninsula
     
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    Those staying in these areas will be effected, but as most of the families are on vacation it won't matter. By the time it's going to complete people will start returning. Good planning by Ashghal
     

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