Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently completed extensive improvements on the internal roads and lighting in Al Qusais Industrial areas 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. The project entailed the construction of 32 roads spanning 10 kilometers and the installation of street lights along 43,000 meters. Consequently, the road capacity has tripled, accommodating 1,500 vehicles per hour in both directions, marking a significant 200% increase from the previous 500 vehicles per hour. Mattar Al Tayer, Director General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority, stated, 'The internal roads project in Al Qusais Industrial areas 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 has improved connectivity with four main streets: Amman Street, Beirut Street, Aleppo Street, and Damascus Street. It has also enhanced access and exit points to over 320 workshops, 25 residential buildings, shops, and educational facilities, benefiting around 60,000 residents in the area.'

The RTA has also finalized internal road and street lighting projects in four residential areas: Margham, Lahbab, Al Lisaili, and Hatta, covering 35 kilometers. Additional road works are in progress in Lahbab and Al Lisaili to meet the needs of the residents.

In Margham, road works have been completed, extending 5 kilometers along the Dubai-Al Ain Road near Skydive Dubai, catering to approximately 1,100 residents. Lahbab has witnessed road improvements over 4 kilometers and enhancements in street lighting along Dubai-Hatta Road near Lahbab Camel Racing Track, benefiting over 3,000 residents. The objective of the project is to integrate the developing residential community with the road network.

In Al Lisaili, about 7 kilometers of road improvements have been finalized, along with lighting works on the existing roads in the Seih Al Salam near the Last Exit and Al Qudra Lakes, spanning over 7 kilometers. These enhancements serve about 2,900 residents and improve accessibility to the area's entrances and exits.

Moreover, significant improvements have taken place in the Suhaila area of Hatta, including the extension of a 2-kilometer road, enhancement of infrastructure such as the construction of a rainwater drainage network, and installation of street lighting. This project benefits approximately 6,000 residents, enhances the area's accessibility, and improves connectivity between the residential area and the road network.