The Royal Commission for the City of Makkah Inspects Infrastructure Projects


The CEO of the Royal Commission for the City of Makkah and the Holy Sites, Eng. Abdul Rahman bin Farouk Addas, today conducted an inspection tour during which he was was briefed on a number of mobility and transport infrastructure projects in the city of Makkah.


The field tour included standing at the Kudai and Shaab Amer parking lots, the location of the public transport project’s buses, and reviewing the existing equipment.
The tour included reviewing the readiness of the First Ring Road project, verifying the completion of all project start-up requirements, and reviewing the construction and completion works of the western part of the Second Ring Road.


He was also briefed on the current status of the implementation of the two projects to complete the intersections of Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Road and Al-Laith Road with the Fourth Ring Road, the readiness of the security control center in the new Shumaisi and the preparations for full operation in the future.


At the end of the tour, Eng. Addas explained that the inspection tour comes within the framework of the tasks of the “Unified Center for Transport in Makkah – Makkah Transport”, which was recently launched under the umbrella of the Royal Commission to work on accelerating the pace of implementation of transport infrastructure projects in the city of Makkah, which aims to improve the services of the transport sector.

The transportation provided to the residents and guests of the Holy City of Makkah, and that the projects included in the tour are among the priorities of the Unified Transportation Center in Makkah and its plans to develop the transportation sector.


He stressed that the center seeks – through its strategy – to unify the efforts of the participating parties to achieve clear governance of the transport sector system in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, praising the integrative roles played by the relevant authorities in the city of Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

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