Bahrain's Ministry of Works launches projects worth $1.33m
The projects include works on road resurfacing, pedestrian sidewalks, traffic lights, and rainwater drainage
Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning has launched a slew of service projects and development schemes following directive from the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister, HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
The projects, which have begun in the 10th constituency of Bahrain’s Capital governorate, will include road resurfacing in blocs 4561, 4571, 4568, and 4566, and the road opposite the Ruyan pharmacy.
Other projects comprise work on pedestrian sidewalks, rainwater drainage, traffic lights, and signs, according to the state-run Bahrain News Agency.
The projects, which aim to upgrade municipal services for citizens and contribute to achieving the kingdom’s development goals, will cost a total of $1.33m (BD500,000) and are due to be completed by next May.
Bahrain’s Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning Minister, Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf, also inspected bloc 745 in Sanad, and the Sanad garden in bloc 743, to assess the need for additional facilities.