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E 66 (uae)

E 66
إ ٦٦
E 66 becomes Dubai – Al Ain Road south of Dubai
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Highways in the United Arab Emirates

Roads in Dubai

E 66 (Arabic: إ ٦٦‎) is a road in the United Arab Emirates. The road connects the city of Dubai to the interior city of Al Ain in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. E 66 runs roughly perpendicular to E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road) and E 311 (Emirates Road). Beginning in the locality of Oud Metha, E 11 progresses southward towards the interior. The road is referred to as "Dubai-Al Ain Road" after its intersection with Emirates Road south of the city. Once in Al Ain, the road becomes Emirates Street and later, Bani Yas Road.

E 67 exits

Exit Number Description
9 Nad Al Sheba Racecourse
16 Dubai International Academic City
18 E 611 (Dubai Bypass Road)
26 Umm Nahad
29 E 77 (to Jebel Ali and Abu Dhabi
30 To Hatta and Oman
37 Al Lusayli
47 Margham and Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
50 Marquab and Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
50 Marquab and Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Shwaib, Al Fujairah and eastern towns
Al Hayer, Al Sweihan
Al Kira'a, Bida bin Ahmed
Al Ain Dairy
Al Foah, Al Ain city

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