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Tomorrow, the Sphinx Square in Giza will be completely closed in the direction leading to Ahmed Orabi Street, Shahr

Giza Governorate announced a closure Sphinx Square Entirely, specifically the direction leading to Ahmed Orabi Street; To connect the current May 15 Bridge body with the new extension, starting at 1 am on Friday 11/11/2022 and for a month ending on Saturday morning 10/12/2022 provided that the work is 24 hours.

This comes within the framework of completing the construction works for the expansion of the 15th of May Bridge in both directions within the Giza Governorate, within the works of the expansion and development project of the alternative 26th of July Corridor.

Major General Ahmed Rashid, the governor of Giza, directed the head of the Agouza district to follow up and coordinate with the General Directorate of Giza Traffic and the company executing the works to facilitate traffic in the business vicinity.

Accordingly, the General Directorate of Giza Traffic made the following traffic diversion:

1- The movement of vehicles coming from League of Arab States Street and wishing to continue walking in the direction of Ahmed Orabi Street, they proceed to the 26th of July Street on the surface road of the 15th of May Bridge towards the turning hole located under the 15th of May Bridge.

2- The turn and return again to 26th of July Street, all the way to Ahmed Orabi Street.

3- The movement of vehicles coming from the Nile Street and wishing to walk on the Nile Corniche Street in the direction of Al-Galaa Square. They walk on the 26th of July Street on the surface road of the 15th of May Bridge in the direction of the new turning hole located under the 15th of May Bridge.

4- Then it will turn around and return again to 26th of July Street, all the way to the Nile Corniche Street.

The General Directorate of Traffic, in coordination with the company executing the works, installed traffic guidance and warning boards, searchlights and light mills, and assigned the necessary traffic services in the entire business perimeter to ensure the provision of traffic liquidity and the preservation of the security and safety of citizens.

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