Sheikh Zayed Road (Sheikh Zayed Road) is the main arterial road in the city, and most of the traffic coming and going comes from Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. This highway is part of the UAE’s longest E11 highway, extending from Al-Silah in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to the Emirate of Al-Emirate, roughly parallel to the coastline of the Persian Gulf along the UAE. In all Emirates, E11 has a different name. The roads in Dubai are named after Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, then President of the UAE. Sheikh Zayed Road is home to most of the city’s skyscrapers and is a major commercial hub. I recommend driving on this 7 to 8 lane road at night to feel the best in high-rise buildings, restaurants, shopping malls, Dubai Red Metro, etc. As mentioned earlier, it is very crowded during the festival.
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One of Dubai’s main roads is also a very important transportation hub. This road is also an area that you pass every time you go out to play. There are many good fun things on the road. The tall buildings on both sides are very important. Up.
Sheikh Zayed Road is the most important city road in Dubai. It is a bit like Shanghai's Century Avenue. It can be said to be the main road of the city. Both sides of this road are dominated by high-rise buildings.
The power of religion can be seen from the architecture. Without deep belief power, it is difficult to build such a magnificent mosque. Especially thinking that this is a city where technology is backward hundreds of thousands of years ago, I can’t help but admire it.
It is Dubai’s most proud main road, bordering Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, and running through the entire emirate. Many famous buildings such as the Burj Khalifa and the Mall of the Emirates are located on both sides of this road. Dubai’s only light rail and some tram lines are also built along the road. Many sections of Sheikh Zayed Road have a total of 14 lanes in both directions, and there are even 16 connecting lines, making it the widest road in the world. Even so, traffic jams occur during rush hours, which shows the huge traffic.