Dubai Marathon road closures this Friday

Dubai: Parts of Umm Suqeim, King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz and Jumeirah streets will see temporary closures for traffic to make way for Dubai Marathon on Friday morning. The closures will be effective between 6am and 12 noon, gradually opening as the marathon ... ( read original story ...)

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Dubai Marathon will see road closures on Friday

Dubai: Parts of Umm Suqeim, King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz and Jumeirah streets will see temporary closures for traffic to make way for Dubai Marathon on Friday morning. The closures will be effective between 6am and 12 noon, gradually opening as the marathon ... ( read original story ...)

Road closures on Friday for Dubai marathon

Dubai: Several roads in Jumeirah will be closed on Friday for the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon 2016. According to the organiser’s official website, the route for the marathon and the 10 kilometre run will start on Umm Suqeim Road opposite Madinat ... ( read original story ...)

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