The street was rehabilitated in 2007. The project included paving the street, planting trees, and regulating commercial signs. The idea of the rehabilitation of the street was to create a place in Amman where pedestrians would walk safely and freely away from traffic. With its completion, Amman gained its very first first-rate pedestrianized public space. Before the completion of the project, the street used to allow parking, with cars driving through the street as well.
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