The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has announced a temporary diversion of Al Gharrafa Interchange roundabout ( Immigration roundabout) for ten days from April 12.
The diversion has been announced in co-ordination with General Directorate of Traffic to allow the upgrading works of a new signalised intersection at Al Gharafa roundabout.
During the time of closure, vehicles coming from Al Luqta Street and heading towards Khalifa Street should use Al Gharrafa interchange underpass. They are also allowed to follow the diversion route via 22 February Street southbound to Al Rayyan interchange, then make a u-turn to reach Al Gharrafa interchange and take the dedicated free right turn onto the service road to join Khalifa Street. Drivers coming from Khalifa Street and wishing to make a u-turn at Al Gharrafa Interchange Roundabout should turn left at the roundabout to reach Al Rayyan Interchange, then make a u-turn to reach Al Gharrafa interchange and take the dedicated free right turn to join Khalifa Street.
Vehicles can also access Khalifa Street from 22 February Street by turning right onto Makkah Street and making a u-turn to go through Omar Bin Khattab underpass and then take left onto Al Zubara Street to reach Khalifa Street. The Public Works Authority will install road signs warning motorists about the diversion. Ashghal has also requested road users to abide by the speed limit, and follow the road signs to ensure their safety.
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