|Studying the Traffic Impact of Corniche Tower Housing Project|
|Client||Mohammed I. Alsubeaei & Sons Investment Company (MASIC)|
|Type of work||Study the traffic impact of the project|
A brief overview of the work
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential tower overlooking the Corniche of Jeddah and about (185) meters away from the Red Sea coast, the project land overlooks Suhail bin Qais Street (the eastern border of the project land) parallel to the Corniche road and a local street also parallel to the Corniche road. The project land is owned by Mohammed I. Alsubeaei & Sons Investment Company (MASIC). The project land consists of four plots with a total area of (6989.47) meters, forming a rectangular shape with dimensions of (76 meters x 92 meters). The project consists of fifty-three-storey tower with (184) housing units, including (170) apartments, (12) duplex, (2) Villas for residential activity with a total area of (39.253 m2), in addition to restaurants with an area of (2,464 m2) and a health club with an area of (1.008 m2).
The study was approved by Jeddah Municipality and it included the following contents: General contents of the study
- • Objectives and methodology of the study.
- • Field studies and data analysis. Field data were collected for traffic on site.
- • The traffic needs of the project and future traffic were studied.
- • The traffic effects expected from the operation of the project were studied.
- • The traffic needs, parking, entrances and exits of the project were studied.
The study ended with recommendations made by the owner and by the concerned authorities.