Traffic flow to ease with new roads at Dubai Investments Park


By Staff

Dubai Investments Park (DIP), the largest integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East wholly owned by Dubai Investments, on Monday announced new road plans with new entrance and exit points that will ease the traffic flow to and from the development.

The new road will facilitate movement of light vehicles to the showroom area of DIP from the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. The project, being built at a cost of Dh14 million, will be completed in November 2013. The master plan for the project has been approved.

“The new road plan is one of the pivotal projects undertaken by Dubai Investments Park Development Company and is set to benefit the tenants and residents of DIP in terms of easing tailbacks in the area and serving both inbound and outbound traffic from the development. DIP is rapidly reaching full occupancy and increase in our residential and commercial space allotments has necessitated this move,” said Omar Mesmar, DIP General Manager.

DIP also announced that it has signed an agreement with the Emirates National Oil Company [Enoc], Dubai’s leading petroleum retailer with a significant footprint in lifestyle and consumer retailing, to open a service station within the park. More info