The Ministry of Transport said that the project of duplication of the Red Sea Coast Road “Safaga-Qusair-Marsa Alam” with a length of 200 km and a cost of 1.7 billion pounds has been completed.
The Minister of Transport, Eng. Kamel Al-Wazir, said today, Sunday, that the project is a continuation of the plan to duplication of the Red Sea Coast Road, where the duplication of the road for a distance of 35 km south of the city of Safaga was previously completed, where a new lane was constructed parallel to the existing road with two lanes with a total width of 9.2 meters, pointing to It is considered one of the most important road projects in the Red Sea Governorate, as it contributes to the rapid access to the main cities in the Red Sea. The road also serves the objectives of tourism development, hotels and tourist resorts located along its path as it extends from Safaga directly to Marsa Alam.
Engineer Kamel Al-Wazir confirmed that the Ministry of Transport is implementing 10 road projects within the Red Sea Governorate, with a total cost of 3.38 billion pounds, the most important of which is raising the efficiency and developing the “Al-Zafarana / Ras Ghareb” road with a length of 103 km, and raising the efficiency and developing the “Bernice / Shalateen / Abu Ramad” road. Halayeb, with a length of 280 km, indicating that an integrated study is currently being prepared to develop and raise the efficiency of the “Al-Qusayr-Qift” road, within the important transverse axes linking the Red Sea coast with the Nile Valleys and Upper Egypt.
The article The completion of the duplication of the Red Sea coast road “Safaga-Qusair-Marsa Alam” at a cost of 1.7 billion pounds was written in Al Borsa newspaper.