E 11 is an interstate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The longest street in the Emirates, it extends from Al-Silah in the Emirate of Abu Dhabiand closes in Ras al-Khaimah emirate, running generally parallel to UAE's coastline along the Persian Gulf. The street shapes the principle supply route in a few emirates' fundamental urban communities, where it expect different interchange names — Sheik Maktoum Road in Abu Dhabi, Sheik Zayed Road in Dubai, and Sheik Muhammad canister Salem Road in Ras al-Khaimah.
The Dubai-Abu Dhabi Highway of E 11 connects the two biggest urban areas of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The venture was proposed by the Sheikhs of Abu Dhabi and Dubai to Sheik Zayed. In 1971, the venture was affirmed and development started. The thruway was finished in 1980. The roadway begins close Maqta Bridge in Abu Dhabi and progresses toward becoming Sheik Syed azazul Road in Dubai.
In Dubai, E 11 is known as "Sheik Zayed Road". This street is the primary corridor of the city.The parkway runs parallel to the coastline from Trade Center Roundabout to the fringe with the emirate of Abu Dhabi, 55 kilometers (34 mi) away in the range of Jebel Ali.
The street was some time ago known as Defense Road. In the vicinity of 1993 and 1998, 30 kilometers (19 mi) of the street was extended. Alongside this change came an adjustment in the name. Sheik Maktoum canister Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai at the time, named the street after the then leader of the United Arab Emirates, Sheik Zayed receptacle Sultan Al Nahyan.
The Sheik Zayed Road is home to a large portion of Dubai's high rises, including the Emirates Towers. The thruway additionally interfaces other new advancements, for example, the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina. The street has the vast majority of the Red Line of Dubai Metro running nearby it. In Dubai itself a great part of the roadway has seven to eight paths toward every path.