PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS
In Jumada II, 1433H (December 2011), the cabinet approved all phases of the Riyadh public transport project (metro & buses) based on the related studies conducted by the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh in cooperation with the concerned authorities...   >>
The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh gave priority to preservation and rehabilitation of Wadi Hanifah (Hanifah Valley) due to its strategic location, investment capabilities, and potential to serve as urban lungs for the city and its residents....   >>
As the capital of the First Saudi State, and birthplace of Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdulwahhab call, the historic importance of the city is unquestioned. By the late 1780s, Addir'iyah had consolidated its political and religious position in Najd region...   >>
In 1975 (1395H), the Cabinet decided to relocate the Ministry of Foreign ‎Affairs and diplomatic missions from Jeddah to Arriyadh. Accordingly, the High Commission ‎for the Development of Arriyadh commenced on a strategic plan to design and carry out the Diplomatic Quarter (DQ) project...   >>
The High Commission's comprehensive plan to develop Riyadh road network included development of King Abdullah Road, which extends 25 km from King Khalid Road in the west, to Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al Sabah Road in the east....   >>
The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh focused on metropolitan downtown development starting with Qasr Al-Hukm District, the heart of the city, to revitalize its historic role as the political, cultural and commercial center of Riyadh....   >>
In order to ease southbound and northbound traffic in Riyadh, the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh is developing the Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Road starting from King Abdullah Road until its intersection with King Salman Road...   >>
The metropolitan road plan include adding a 5-km extension to Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Road southward until Salah Al-Din Al-Ayoubi Road, and a 5-km extension to Al-Orouba Road eastward until Abdul Rahman Al-Ghafiqi Street...   >>
Wadi Namar and Wadi Laban Environmental Rehabilitation Project was carried out by the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh to rehabilitate Wadi Hanifah tributaries, which serve as lungs for Riyadh....   >>
On the occasion of the centenary of Kingdom's foundation by King Abdulaziz, may the mercy of Allah be upon him, King Abdulaziz Historical Center was established on Shawwal 5, 1419H (23 January 1999) and has become one of the most important cultural and heritage landmarks...   >>
King Fahd Road is one of the main three interconnecting transport axes in Riyadh and a key link between south and north of the city. This road actively contributes to the success of the High Commission's efforts...   >>
The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh endeavored to make Salam Park a key recreational landmark in the lively heart of Riyadh. On January 2004, Salam Park was opened by King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, signaling inauguration of a key metropolitan tourist attraction...   >>
King Fahd National Library plays a leading role in documenting the national heritage and the local cultural production. It also represents a key metropolitan landmark and a symbol of urban development in the heart of Riyadh....   >>
The Criminal Court Headquarter represents a functional and urban addition to Qasr Al-Hukm District. Actually, this project is part of an integrated program developed by the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh to revive the historical, administrative and cultural heart of Riyadh...   >>
The High Court's Building represents a lively edifice in downtown Riyadh since 2000 (1421H). It is an integrated, functional and architectural addition to Qasr Al-Hukm District, the living heart of Riyadh city....   >>
The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh always combines worldly and the religious aspects in its development programs in such a way that reflects integrity between religion and life. Therefore, the mosques everywhere in Riyadh, city and region, actually represent prominent landmarks...   >>
The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh designed the headquarter of the Saudi Journalists Association in Al-Sahafah District, and supervised the project, which represents a new and modern landmark north of Riyadh and hosts one of the latest civil society professional associations....   >>
In recognition of its success in designing and implementing its projects timely and efficiently, the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh was entrusted to carry out a number of key medical facilities...   >>
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