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Royal Oman Police: Sheraton intersection road traffic diverted
June 19, 2014 , 12 : 47 am GST
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The Royal Oman Police (ROP) has announced that Sheraton Hotel signal intersection will remain closed. –TIMES OF OMAN
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The Sheraton Hotel signal intersection has been closed due to the flyover work underway in the area. The traffic is being diverted through alternative routes.
The Royal Oman Police (ROP) has announced that due to the ongoing work to develop flyovers and the road from Darsait to Wadi Al Kabir, the signal intersection of Sheraton Hotel will remain closed and traffic will be diverted to alternative routes from today till the flyover work is completed.
The ROP, in its announcement in both Arabic and English, has urged commuters using this road to be careful and follow the traffic instructions. Citing Muscat Municipality officials, the Times of Oman had reported recently that an estimated 18 per cent of the work on the flyover near Sheraton Hotel in Ruwi has also been completed.
The officials have expressed their satisfaction on the pace of work on the two-way bridge.
Once it is completed, commuting will become easier for those travelling between Wadi Al Kabir and Al Bustan and Ruwi, Qurum via Darsait.
It was reported that the work on the bridge near Stars Cinema would continue for some time. It is expected to be fully operational by the end of this year.
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June 19 at 2 : 49 pm
should post new alternative route map ..its will help people.............
June 19 at 12 : 20 pm
Oman is fast developing in leaps and bounds...soon it will overtake other Gulf Countries...in terms of Development, citizens oriented, peace loving and most of all a Govt caring for its people and other country citizens living in Oman.......I have spent the best years of my LIFE more than 20 years In Muscat my second home....LONG LIVE THE SULTAN HIS MAJESTY SULTAN BIN QABOOS........
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