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E 77 road (United Arab Emirates)

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E 77 road (United Arab Emirates)

E 77
إ ٧٧
Dubai-Al Habab Road
Route information
Length: 60.4 km (37.5 mi)
Major junctions

E 44
E 311 (Emirates Road)
E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road)

E 66
Major cities: Dubai, Hatta
Highway system

Highways in the United Arab Emirates

Roads in Dubai

E 77 (Arabic: إ ٧٧‎) is a route in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It beings as at the 7th interchange of Sheikh Zayed Road (E 11) near Jebel Ali Industrial Area, and progresses southward towards the interior town of Hatta, intersecting with the Dubai-Al Ain Highway (E 66) along the way. E 77 eventually merges with E 44 at Al Lehbab, which leads to Hatta.

Important city landmarks and localities such as Dubai Investment Park and the soon to be built Dubai World Central International Airport are located on E 77's pathway to Lehbab.

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