Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab opened Saturday Moasaset el Zakah Corridor in the presence of Cairo Governor Mostafa Saeed and Local Development Minister Adel Labib.
The newly-opened Corridor cost more than 150 million pounds.
Mahlab also witnessed the launch of two public bus routes to Moasaset el Zakah in Marg.
Earlier, Cairo governor Saeed said that a bus route will be running from Moasaset el Zakah to Attaba Square and then to Abbasiya Square.
Also, another bus route will be running from Moasaset el Zakah to Roxy Square, he added.
Mahlab also listened to a detailed explanation about the construction of the 17-kilometer corridor that took nine months.
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