Total closure and traffic diversions in West Somid towards the 26th...

Total closure and traffic diversions in West Somid towards the 26th...
Total closure and traffic diversions in West Somid towards the 26th...
The Giza traffic will take place from tomorrow, Friday, until the completion of the high-speed rail bridges, a total closure of West Somid Street, starting from its intersection with Samira Moussa Street until its intersection with Al-Nabat Street in the direction coming from Al-Wahat Road towards the extension of the 26th of July Corridor, and a total closure of West Somid Street in both directions, initially From its intersection with Al Nabatat Street until its intersection with the 26th of July Corridor Extension Road.

These transfers are taking place, within the framework of the political leadership’s directives to start implementing the works of the express train project (Al Alamein – Sokhna) and the executing company carrying out the work of exploratory pallets, mechanical pallets and concrete bases for the project’s path in the 6th of October City (West Somid Road), which connects between Al-Wahat Road And the extension of the 26th of July Corridor.

The General Directorate of Giza Traffic will implement a total closure of West Somid Street in the direction coming from Al-Wahat Road towards the extension road of the 26th of July Corridor, starting from its intersection with Samira Moussa Street until its intersection with Al-Nabat Street, as well as closing West Somid Street in both directions starting from its intersection with Al-Nabat Street until Its intersection with the extension road of the 26th of July Corridor, starting from 1 am tomorrow, Friday, 24/12/2021 until the end of the works.

To facilitate the irrigated movement, the following diversions were made:

– Diverting vehicular traffic on West Somid Street in the direction leading to the 26th of July Corridor, specifically in the confined area from the intersection of West Somid Street with Samira Mousa Street until its intersection with Al Nabatat Street to two directions (walk left on Al Nabatat Street until its intersection with West Somid Street) (walk right on Al Nabatat Street) West Somid in the direction leading to Al-Wahat Road after diverting it in two directions).

– The movement of vehicles coming from the extension road of the 26th of July Corridor and wishing to walk in the direction of Al-Wahat Road, walk right towards Al-Nakhil Street until its intersection with Al-Nabat Street.

– The movement of vehicles coming from Al-Wahat Road on West Somid Street and wishing to drive towards the extension road of the 26th of July Corridor, proceed on West Somid Street until its intersection with Al-Nabat Street.

– (Total closure site): Walk left on Al Nabatat Street, then enter right on Al Nakhil Street, then continue walking until the extension of the 26th of July Corridor.

The General Directorate of Giza Traffic deployed traffic teams and placed directional signs and traffic lights to warn vehicle drivers and guide them to new directions.

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