One of the large-scale construction projects that are being deployed now in Dubai is Shindagha Corridor. This impressive project in Shindagha area is designed for five stages, two of which have already been completed. The Shindagha corridor will include 15 intersections.
The project was launched in 2016, when the creation of Shindagha Network began with the renovation of Sheikh Rashid Street-Oud Metha Street Junction. The second stage included the construction of Sheikh Rashid Street-Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Street Junction.
The third stage of the project is in the active phase today — the construction of the unique Shindagha bridge above Dubai Creek, which for its arches in the form of a mathematical sign of infinity is called the Infinity bridge. This impressive architectural structure will have the length – 294,5 meters, the height – 15,5 meters from the creek, and the width – 56,5 meters
Further, it is planned to build extensions for the Shindagha bridge, these works will be included in the fourth stage of the project. The fifth stage will consist of construction works on Deira Southern Island, including the construction of bridges with a total length of 1,5 kilometers. Completion of all work is planned by 2027.
Shindagha Corridor will be located in an 13 kilometers area from Al Mamzar along Cairo Street, Al Khaleej Road, Meena Street and Sheikh Rashid Road. Due to the implementation of the project, the situation with transport congestions in the historical part of Dubai should significantly improve. The developer of the project is the Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), the cost of the entire project is, according to preliminary estimates, AED 5 billion.