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D 92 road (United Arab Emirates)

D 92
د ٩٢
Al Khaleej Road in Deira
Route information
Length: 26.1 km (16.2 mi)
Major junctions
 

D 85 (Baniyas Road)
D 89 (Al Maktoum Road)
D 75 (Sheikh Rashid Road)
D 73 (Al Dhiyafa Road)

D 71 (Al Safa Street), Al Hadiqa Street, D 63 (Umm Suqeim Street)
Location
Major cities: Dubai
Highway system

Highways in the United Arab Emirates

Roads in Dubai
Al Wasl Rd.

D 92, (Arabic: د ٩٢‎) also known as Al Khaleej Road, Al Mina Road or Al Wasl Road, is a road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Beginning in the locality of Al Mamzar, D 92 progresses south-westward, past Deira, Al Shindagha, Port Rashid and Bur Dubai. D 92 then runs parallel to D 94 (Jumeirah Road) and D 90 (Satwa Road) before terminating at a junction with Umm Suqeim Street in Umm Suqeim. The road, which passes through Al Shindagha Tunnel, provides access to Bur Dubai.

Important landmarks located along D 92 include the Dubai Gold Souk, Al Shindagha Tunnel, Falcon Roundabout, Iranian Consulate, American School of Dubai, Al Wasl Police Station, Safa Park and Dubai Police Academy


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