The following tours will all take place on November 10, and are included in the delegate registration fee. Registrations will be accepted on site only on a first-come, first-served basis starting November 6. Departure point is outside the Dubai World Trade Center at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, November 10.


The Dubai Water Canal Project is an extension of Deira Creek, linking Business Bay to the Arabian Gulf. The 3.2-kilometre-long canal serves as the final segment of the Dubai Creek extension, terminating in the Arabian Gulf via Al Safa, Al Wasl and Jumeirah 2. Work on the canal began in October 2013, running through five phases that saw three flyovers built, apart from the excavation work. The canal was successfully open to public in November 2016.

The opening of the canal offers new possibilities in marine transport, connecting the historic areas of Deira and Bur Dubai through the extended waterway of Dubai Creek,

Business Bay and Dubai Water Canal. The project owner – Road and Transport Authority (RTA) intends to turn the waterway into a first-rate marine transport hub, with five stations serving six million passengers annually.


Dubai–Al Ain Road is one of the most important roads located in an under-developed area in Dubai. The Project starts from Oud Metha intersection with Ras Al Khor Road (Bu Kidra Interchange) up to Intersection with Emirates Road with total length 16.7 Km. The project involves the upgrade of the main road, and improvement of existing intersections / interchanges and it is divided into Two contracts worth AED 2.1 billion


The facility is considered one of the biggest and most sophisticated traffic control centres worldwide in terms of smart technology use and the management of traffic systems. It is developed to meet the needs of Dubai’s rapid urban growth and the infrastructure expansion required for Expo 2020, as well as support current and future transport systems.

A hub for managing traffic movement across the emirate, the Dubai Intelligent Traffic Systems Centre is a state-of-the-art technology platform that uses artificial intelligence, big data, internet of things and technologies of advanced communication systems. It connects with numerous devices for monitoring traffic, capturing data and running other smart services. Through intelligent traffic systems, the Centre has the ability to monitor and manage current and future roads network all over Dubai.


The new pedestrian-friendly bridge is said to be the first of its kind in Dubai and can accommodate 8,000 people per hour, in all directions. Located at the intersection of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street and Al Gharbi Street and close to Dubai’s JBR, the bridge has four escalators linking the four sides of the junction. It also stretches 75 metres and boasts a unique design, reflecting the urban architecture of the Dubai Marina neighbourhood and its surrounding coastal area.

Tour 3:  DUBAI EXPO 2020

We all have the power to build a better world and shape the future. Discover what makes Expo 2020 Dubai unique and how we’re ‘Connecting Minds and Creating the Future’ through sustainability, mobility and opportunity. Explore the power of connections in shaping our world. From organisations to 191 participating nations, you’ll be engulfed in unique architecture, culture and inspiring innovations.