The New Administrative Capital is indeed the project of the decade, it’s not a new city to just decrease the traffic across Egypt, it’s also a transitional phase for the whole nation as it’s the governmental way to pump new blood to the way Egypt deals with domestic and foreign affairs. It’s a project where huge investments take place both locally and internationally, so, in this article, you’ll find some answers to questions you’ve been wondering about recently.
The New Administrative Capital is a national project that expands across an area of 170,000 acres, it’s located right after Badr City between Cairo-Suez Road and Cairo-Ain Sokhna Road, and it’s expected to accommodate more than 40 Million people by 2040.
The New Capital will include The Government District, The Entertainment City, The Olympic Sports City, The Central Park, The Medical City, The Expo City, and The Residential Districts.
The New Administrative Capital is approximately 60 km away from Cairo, it’s expected to be accessible from anywhere in Cairo; once you get to the Fifth Settlement, then to the Suez Road, Badr City, and voila! You’re at the New Administrative Capital. It’s also accessible through Cairo-Ain Sokhna Road, the Regional Ring Road, and the Middle Ring Road.
Ramses is also an alternative way to reach your destination, where you get to Tenth of Ramadan, to Elzahraa, Suez Road, Badr City, and then finally to the New Modern Capital.
Parts of the main project were delivered in April, including the buildings of ministries, and employees are expected to be operating there by the end of this month.