Live here? We have very good news regarding your daily commute…

Around 25,000 people live in Jumeirah Village Circle, and all of those folk will be happy to hear that three new entry and exit points that connect the residential community with Hessa Street will open tomorrow. 

Yes, this marks the completion of a Dhs18.5 million road improvement scheme around the area by Nakheel that residents have been waiting for with bated breath.

Here’s a map that shows your where the new access points are (the area marked red is Hessa Street, the yellow signifies a new exit and the green a new entrance):


As of now there are only two entrances and exits to the community, which are both off of Al Khail (so this new addition is doubling the access on the way in).  

These new entrances and exits should mean easier access to Hessa Street, Motor City, Sports City, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, and also less useless looping and traffic queuing for commuters.

The predicted population for JVC when complete is 300,000 (that’s around the population of Nottingham), and so we imagine there will be further access points delivered in the future.

There are currently 700 Nakheel villas at JVC, with a further 305 buildings, villas and townhouses by third-party developers complete or in the final stages of construction right now.

There’s a new mall under construction in JVC too – when complete, there will be 235 shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as a multi-screen cinema.

There are also 33 landscaped parks in the community – all complete, these span 4 million square feet. Here’s a look at them…

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