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The NAC (New Administrative Capital) is One of the greatest projects on the African continent and the Middle East for a new capital city that has been under construction since 2015.
This great project, which is a new republic, has been announced on March 13, 2015, at the Egypt Economic Development Conference.
The New capital is one of the economic development programs and projects that are part of a larger initiative known as Egypt Vision 2030.
The Administrative Capital project is being constructed on 170,000 acres and depends on the partnership between the public and private sectors, The first phase investments in the New Administrative Capital were estimated at 45 billion dollars.
Three Phases to Execute The Project:
Due to the hugeness of the Administrative Capital project, it was divided into three phases:
It is planned that the first phase will be executed with the first priority of 12 thousand acres, including the urgent phase estimated at 3 thousand acres.
The Location of the New Capital on the map located 45 kilometers from downtown Cairo, 80 kilometers from Suez and 55 kilometers from the Gulf of Suez, and is characterized by its location near the Suez Canal development project, its also near to the cities of East Cairo (Badr, El Shorouk and New Cairo), The area is connected to four main roads: Suez Road – Ain Sokhna Road, Middle Ring Road, Regional Road, in addition to the main road axes.
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