Temporary diversion on part of Al Gharrafa Interchange R/A

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Temporary diversion on part of Al Gharrafa Interchange R/A

The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has reported an impermanent redirection on part of Al Gharrafa Interchange Roundabout (known as Immigration Roundabout) in two stages, beginning on Thursday, March 14, in coordination the General Directorate of Traffic. 

The preoccupation intends to permit the establishment of another flag controlled crossing point at Al Gharrafa Roundabout, which will add to improving traffic development and the limit of the convergence. 

 

Preoccupation 1CharStyle:> During this period, Part of Al Gharrafa Interchange Roundabout will be shut to traffic originating from Al Luqta Street towards 22 February Street and Khalifa Street from March 14 to 24. Suburbanites originating from Al Luqta Street who wish to turn directly towards 22 February Street and Al Amir Street are encouraged to utilize the new impermanent exit through Souk Al Ali. Those wishing to reach Khalifa Street should utilize Al Gharrafa Interchange underpass. 

Vehicles making a beeline for Al Shamal Road by means of the indirect are encouraged to make a correct turn through the impermanent exit on 22 Februaury Street and proceed with straight to achieve Al Rayyan trade to make a U-turn towards Al Shamal Road. Drivers who wish to get to Gharrafa trade should utilize backup courses of action by means of Al Amir Street, utilizing Omer Bin Alkhatab underpass, and come back to Al Amir Street and back to Al Gharrafa Interchange. 

Preoccupation 2CharStyle:> Part of Al Gharrafa Interchange Roundabout will likewise be shut to traffic originating from Al Shamal Road towards Doha, Khalifa Street and Al Luqta Street from March 21 to 31. Drivers wishing to utilize Al Gharrafa Interchange to reach Khalifa Street or to make a U-turn, should proceed with south through Al Gharrafa Interchange flyover towards Al Rayyan Interchange and after that make a U-turn towards Al Shamal Road. 

Drivers originating from Al Shamal Road wishing to take a correct swing to Al Luqta Street to join Jassim Bin Thani Street or Abroug Street ought to pursue the street signs to achieve Al Luqta Street and the encompassing offices, for example, the General Directorate of Passports (Immigration Offices). Traffic leaving Immigration General Directorate to join Al Luqta Street through Abroug Street should take a left turn towards Abdul Rahman Bin Awf Street to Al Luqta Street. 

Ashghal will introduce street signs informing drivers with respect to the preoccupation. It has asked for all street clients to maintain as far as possible and pursue the street signs to guarantee their security.

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