Fujairah: A heavy truck was completely destroyed in a fire on the Yabsa
bypass road in Fujairah on Saturday afternoon
Road was inaugurated in 2015 and runs 14km from the port of Fujairah, which connects to the Khalifa Bin Zayed Road in Fujairah.
Fujairah -- The Fujairah Police Command has set up a risk management committee to assess the new Yabsa Road to put an end to complaints about the road not being smooth even for trucks, Brigadier Mohammed Ahmed bin Ghanim Al Kabi, Chief of Fujairah Police, said.
He confirmed that the Yabsa Road has been paved specially for trucks in an effort to avoid traffic congestion on city roads.
He said trucks have been allowed access to downtown of Fujairah city for three months until the technical report on the new Yabsa Road gets completed.
They reached Al Yabsa
area behind Farooj Al Wadi factory, a mountainous and remote area and asked the driver to handover his possessions.
Fujairah -- The Traffic and Patrols Department of the Fujairah Police will strictly implement the order that bans trucks plying on the internal roads and streets of Fujairah city following the opening of the Dh200-million Yabsa Bypass Road.
"The Ministry of Public Works has constructed the 14km Yabsa Bypass Road according to international standards." The problem lies with the excessive load of the trucks, he said, and urged drivers to abide by the permitted weight.
Fujairah -- The Ministry of Public Works on Sunday opened the new Al Yabsa bypass road, which cost about Dh200 million to construct.
The Yabsa bypass road has been designed on a slope that does not exceed five per cent to provide maximum safety.
Brigadier Mohammed Ahmed bin Ghanim Al Kbi, Commander-in-Chief of the Fujairah Police, said the police received a report on Friday from an Emirati man saying that he found a dead body in a mountainous area in Yabsa