Abu Dhabi, UAESunday 31 May 2020

Drivers warned to expect three months of disruption in Dubai's Jumeirah Beach Residence

Transport chiefs will close roads until December 31 while a new pedestrian bridge is built

Dubai, United Arab Emirates-April,13, 2015: General view of the JBR walk area in marina area in Dubai . ( Satish Kumar / The National ) For Social Intergration Story *** Local Caption *** SK-JBR-13042015-07.jpg
Dubai, United Arab Emirates-April,13, 2015: General view of the JBR walk area in marina area in Dubai . ( Satish Kumar / The National ) For Social Intergration Story *** Local Caption *** SK-JBR-13042015-07.jpg

Motorists heading to Jumeirah Beach Residence should prepare for three months of disruption as roads close for pedestrian improvements.

The Roads and Transport Authority announced some road closures and diversions will be in place for the rest of the year while works take place on a new pedestrian bridge.

Intersections at King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street and Al Gharbi Street will be affected, with right exits to and from The Walk partially closed from 6pm on Sunday, October 6.

Although division signs will be in place, drivers are encouraged to use Al Gharbi Street until the intersection of Al Marsa Street and then turn right from Al Sayora Street to access the area.

Al Yolat Street is also suggested as an alternative route.

The work is expected to continue until December 31.

Updated: October 6, 2019 10:00 AM

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