Lt. Gen. Kamal Amer Axis in Giza - Egypt

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The Axis of Lieutenant General Kamal Amer in Giza Governorate will contribute to solving many traffic problems in Giza and alleviating traffic jams in a number of areas, as it is the first free traffic axis linking North and South Giza, in addition to its role in linking the city of Giza with Cairo Governorate, through a number of entrances, which will contribute significantly to reducing travel time and reducing pollution rates.
The axis of Lieutenant-General Kamal Amer connects the southern arch of the Ring Road in El Mounib in the south with the northern arch, and to maximize the benefit of the project, work was done to extend the axis to connect with the axis of “Tahya Masr” in the north with a total length of 15 km and a width of (33 – 65.5) meters, noting that the axis of Lieutenant General Kamal Amer connects the main transverse axes (26th of July– Gameat Al Dewal– Saft El Laban – Faisal – El Haram), in addition to the streets of (Pulmonology Hospital – Al Thalathini – Khatam Al Morsalin – Imbaba Airport).
The project includes the construction of a free axis in 2 directions, with a width of (3-4 m) a traffic lane in each direction, and the development of surface roads to serve the traffic movement of the people, with a width of (2-3 m) a traffic lane in each direction and re-planning the area in a civilized manner to serve the people, and also includes the establishment of free intersections to connect with the ring road, and the main traffic axes intersecting with it, adding that work is being done to make the best use of vacant areas underneath bridges by turning them into vibrant urban spaces, such as parks, garages and the necessary services.
The implementation of the project’s work comes in one of the most crowded areas in Greater Cairo, which is full of utility networks and adjacent to the metro and railways, in addition to carrying out a large volume of utilities diversion such as electricity, drinking water, sewage, gas, telephones, and communication networks.