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E 44 road (United Arab Emirates)

E 44
إ ٤٤
Al Khail Road, Ras Al Khor Road, Al Aweer Road, Dubai-Hatta Highway
Dubai-Hatta Highway (E 44)
Route information
Length: 118 km (73 mi)
Major junctions
  E 66 (Dubai – Al Ain Road)
E 311 (Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road)
E 611 (Dubai Bypass Road)
E 77
Location
Major cities: Dubai, Al Aweer, Al Lehbab, Hatta
Highway system

Highways in the United Arab Emirates

Roads in Dubai

E 44 (Arabic: إ ٤٤‎) is one of the main roads of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The road connects the city of Dubai to the town of Hatta. In Dubai, the city is also referred to as Al Khail Road, Ras al Khor Road and, Al Aweer Road Dubai-Hatta Highway.[1] E 44 also connects the UAE with Oman.[2]

E 44 originates (as Al Khail Road) in Al Barsha, Dubai and runs roughly parallel to E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road) and E 311 (Emirates Road). It is referred to as Ras Al Khor Road after the E 44-Oud Mehta Road junction near Dubai Creek. E 44 terminates in the town of Hatta.

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