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Transport and Communications Ministry Highlights its Projects in Al Buraimi.

Al Buraimi, May 29 (ONA) ---- Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed al- Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications held an introductory meeting at the wilayat of Al Buraimi to present the Ministry's ongoing and future projects in the Governorate of Al Buraimi.

The undersecretaries of the Ministry of Transport and Communications and the CEO of the Public Authority for Civil Aviation reviewed the ongoing and future projects in the Governorate of AlBuraimi, in addition to Sohar Airport and Port.

The Minister of Transport and Communications said that the Ministry currently implements a number of development projects in the Governorate of Al Buraimi the most important of which is dualization of Mahdha/Al Rawdha road (58.5 km) , the pavement of Al Abila-Al Fayyadh road (41 km), in addition to the dualization of Wadi Saa Hafit road which will connect Sohar Port and the border check point with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

He also highlighted the study to give the taxi service to a private company. The project will be first impemented in Muscat and then will be rolled out to the various governorates after its success.

He added that the railway project is still existent in coordination with the other GCC states.

The meeting was attended by honorable members of the State Council , members of Majlis A' Shura for the wilayats of the Governorate of Al Buraimi, Sayyid Ibrahimbin Said al- Busaidi, Governor of Al Buraimi and walis of the wilayats of the Governorate Al Buraimi.

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