The long-awaited Tubli Bay Walkway is officially open for public, Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Ministry has confirmed. Joint Municipal Services Director Ibrahim Al Jowder said that the first phase of Tubli Bay walkway was completed at a cost exceeding BD500,000.
The official pointed out the importance of coastal development and the establishment of marinas and sea fronts due to their great importance to the country and their key role in providing happiness to citizens and residents. He explained that the project is located on an area of 8,000 square meters. Al Jowder said that “the walkway extends along the sea front of more than 400 meters with a distinctive view on the banks of Tubli Bay and extends along several green areas”.
This is just the first phase of Tubli Bay Walkway, work is currently underway on the preparation of designs for the second phase.
The ministry said that it is continuing its strategic plan to develop public coasts to serve as open service sites for residents and visitors in all areas of the Kingdom in accordance with the directives of the Wise Leadership to promote sustainable urban development in various regions according to the country’s economic and strategic vision.