The completion rate of the project construction has reached 50%. The Cycling Track project extends 23 km to link the cycling track at Seih Assalam besides Al Qudra Road heading towards the Emirates Road, and stretching further to the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and up to Nad El Sheba area.
The construction of dedicated cycling tracks in the Emirate of Dubai is carried out in response of the directives of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, to provide suitable and attractive options for residents and tourists of Dubai Emirate encouraging them to practice the sport of biking. It is also part of a master plan set by the RTA for the provision of dedicated cycling lanes spanning the entire Emirate. These lanes are intended to be used by an environment-friendly mobility means covering all parts of the Emirate.
As part of RTA’s plan to provide suitable options for practicing cycling hobby, the RTA had constructed biking tracks extending more than 178 km. This includes 115 km at Seih Assalam and Al Qudra Road, 17 km at Jumeirah Road, 1.4 km at Street 7 linking Jumeirah Road with Al Mankhoul Road, 11 km at the central area of Bur Dubai, 1.6 km at the Mall of the Emirates Metro Station, 1.9 km at Al Rigga Metro Station, among other areas. The RTA had also completed a project of providing bike racks at the metro stations of both the Red and Green lines.
The cycling path at Seih Assalam includes the Gate of the Dubai Cycling Track, several public utilities, outlets for renting bikes & accessories, a fully equipped medical clinic, and 10 rest points all along the biking lane fitted with seats and racks.