Bahrain completes Phase 1 of Tubli Bay walkway project

Phase 1 of the Tubli Bay Walkway project cost $1.3m (BHD500,000) to complete and includes a 400m walkway, as well as green spaces and family-oriented facilities

Phase 1 of Bahrain's Tubli Bay Walkway is now open to the public [image: BNA].
Phase 1 of Bahrain's Tubli Bay Walkway is now open to the public [image: BNA].

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities, and Urban Planning has announced the completion of Phase 1 of the Tubli Bay walkway project.

The 8,000m2 infrastructure project was inaugurated today by Dr Nabeel Mohammed Abul Fateh, undersecretary at the works ministry, according to Bahrain News Agency (BNA).

Phase 1 of the project reportedly cost $1.3m (BHD500,000), and includes a 400m walkway, as well as green spaces and family-oriented facilities.

Commenting on the first phase of the project, Fateh said that the walkway would serve as a beachfront entertainment venue and is expected to help boost efforts to protect Tubli Bay.

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Fateh also revealed that work on Phase 2 would commence as soon as the project’s final engineering plans are completed.

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