Abu Dhabi Municipality (ADM) recently undertook efforts to acclimate or harden off more trees on the streets of the city, through the Shahama Municipality Center, a project aimed at improving the aesthetic appearance of more than 13,000 trees.
The project is in line with the Abu Dhabi Municipality’s efforts to enhance the aesthetic and civilizational scene in harmony with the streets.
The project includes pruning trees from the Saih Shuaib Bridge to Ghantoot Bridge at a rate of 954 trees and from Ghantoot Bridge to Al Sudeira Tunnel at a rate of 2,030 trees; from Al Sudeira tunnel to Al Sameeh Tunnel at a rate of 2,114 trees; from Al Sameeh Tunnel to Kizad at a rate of 723 trees; and from Kizad to Al Taweelah Bridge at a rate of 442 trees; from Al Taweelah Bridge to Al Ajban Bridge at a rate of 964 trees; from Abu Dhabi Road to Dubai at a rate of 1,992 trees; and Abu Dhabi to Sweihan Road at a rate of 1,933 trees; and Al Mafraq Road to Dubai at a rate of 2,104 trees.
The Shahama Municipality Center confirmed that the project is proceeding at an increasing rate, and has achieved more than 80% progress so far.
The tree pruning process coincides with the provision of maintenance and complete care of trees, and the rehabilitation of irrigation systems that ensure the sustainability of this green stretch along the streets and roads.
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