Kuwait is boosting its spending on infrastructure development works in the Al-Mutlaa area. A budget of close to US$359 million has been set by Kuwait's Ministry of Public Works. Roads in the area will be widened to boost capacity, while new pedestrian bridges and traffic control measures will be introduced also. The aim of the work is part of a wider national strategy to provide the necessary capacity in line with plans to develop the area around Al-Mutlaa.
Poland’s road expansion continues
New road projects are being planned in Poland, with a further 11 now having gained official approval. Worth some €185.6 million, the projects include the construction of a new ring road around the town of Walcz in the north west of the country. Work on this ring road is expected to commence in 2023 and take until 2025 to complete. Another ring road project being planned is for the resort town of Augustow, in the north east of the country, which should also be completed in 2025.
Road Structures / August 30, 2019