Head of the Engineering Authority: Spending 5.7 billion pounds to implement the phase-l


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Sunday 27 September 2020

Books – Muhammad Abdel Nasser:

Major General Ihab Al-Far, head of the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces, said that the completion of road projects comes to reduce traffic congestion, pointing out that 5.7 billion pounds were spent to implement the second phase of developing roads and axes in eastern Cairo.

During his speech, where President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi inaugurates the hydrocracking complex and a number of other projects in the petroleum sector in Mostorod in Qalyubia Governorate, El-Far reviewed what has been implemented to develop the East Cairo area, as the area that has been implemented in East Cairo is 1072 km. Executing 50 roads, with a total length of 200 km, and constructing 40 bridges with a total length of 20 km, at a cost of EGP 22 billion.

Al-Far pointed out that 7 new axes have been implemented, and 6 of them were opened on June 30, and the seventh axis, “Conscription – Shubra Banha Al-Hurr”, is being opened today, with a length of 11 kilometers, while 5.7 billion pounds were spent during the second phase of developing the East Cairo region.

The head of the Armed Forces Engineering Authority continued: “The area surrounding the Al-Shams Club is being developed at the beginning of next October,” noting that the authority continues to work with the termination of traffic intersections with oil lines, reviewing the route of the axis “Al-Tajnad-Matareya-Bahtim-Shubar / Benha.”

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