In collaboration with the Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority, SUPC has approved designs for five pedestrian bridges, which will be built in five different areas in the Emirate of Sharjah. The aim of the construction of these bridges is to improve the service efficiency and quality of life in the emirate of Sharjah. Furthermore, the bridges would also help to develop a more sustainable infrastructure for residents and visitors, making Sharjah an ideal place to live in for the current and future generations.
The five pedestrian bridges will be constructed in many lively and major areas in the emirate of Sharjah, including King Faisal Road, King Abdulaziz Street, Al Ittihad Road and Al Taawun Road. The bridges will be provided with elevators and shaded walkways to ensure accessibility and safety for all road users, including elders and people with special needs.
This development of a network of pedestrian bridges is part of SUPC’s strategy to embark on projects that meet the emirate’s ambitions of an attractive urban environment that helps improve the quality of life in the emirate.