The Red Sea: 6 million to establish a set of dirt roads

The red sea government has started to establish a set of dirt roads through Hurghada’s new housing lands, with a cost of six million pounds.

General/ Ahmed Atteya, chairman of the board of Hurghada, stated that final housing division were decided and sets of main roads and facilities were extended. Establishing these dirt roads would ease the movement of loaders and vehicles that extends the networks of various facilities, encouraging more construction and development in the area.

He added that the engineering management at the board of Hurghada has cooperated with departments of electricity, telephones, water and sewage to define housing divisions in order to locate places of services and public utilities that are proposed for use as public facilities that serve the area, such as: mosques, schools, a police station and health units.