alert from the Abu Dhabi Municipality regarding new speeds for cars on the roads
Abu Dhabi Municipality has issued a new alert regarding clarification regarding the new speeds for cars on the roads, which will be made clear to drivers by painting the asphalt in 7 locations red.
The Abu Dhabi Municipality has issued a warning regarding the new speeds that cars are allowed to travel at on the roads.
The Abu Dhabi Municipality has issued a fresh alert requesting clarification of the new speeds for cars on the roadways. These new speeds will be made plain to drivers by painting the tarmac in seven different areas red.
Abu Dhabi Municipality alerts drivers of the new road speeds
Drivers are notifying the Abu Dhabi Municipality of the increased speed limits on the roads, The Abu Dhabi City Municipality, through the infrastructure and municipal assets sector, has finished the implementation of painting the asphalt surface red in seven different areas on the roads located within its geographical scope in order to determine the new speeds. This is part of the ongoing work that the municipality is doing to improve and develop the road network in accordance with the highest international specifications and standards that ensure the safety of community members. With regard to roadways, with the purpose of strengthening the smoothness and safety of traffic, as well as alerting drivers to changes in road speed, as well as highlighting the visual and cultural appearance of the infrastructure, and enhancing standards of sustainability and quality of life.
Setting new speeds for drivers on Abu Dhabi roads
The establishment of new speeds for motorists on the highways of Abu Dhabi, During the course of the job, the asphalt surface was painted red in seven distinct areas, with a total area of approximately 5,300 square meters. The lines that were already present in the red carpet area were repainted, and the area that was covered was 1,980 square meters. A number of other changes were made to the road, including the removal of the 200 marks and the installation of speed-limiting signs at the beginning and end of the red carpet respectively. A contrasting decorative unit that comes with a total area of one hundred square meters. As part of the works, a red carpet was painted on Sheikh Street and on Abu Dhabi-Al Ain Road (E-22) at the Sas Al Nakhl region, indicating a drop in speed from 120 to 100 kilometers per hour. Additionally, a red carpet was painted on Sheikh Street. E-311, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Company Name) In the direction of Baniyas, the intersection of Sweihan Bridge displays a red carpet on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Street (E-311), which indicates that the speed limit has been reduced from 140 to 120 kilometers per hour. Near the direction of Baniyas Cemetery, the Baniyas Cemetery It displays a red carpet on Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Street (E-10), Sheikh Zayed Bridge towards Abu Dhabi, where the speed was decreased from 120 to 100 kilometers per hour. Additionally, it depicts the drop in speed from 120 to 100 kilometers per hour and the red carpet. In addition, the tasks included the implementation of a painting of a red carpet. A red carpet on Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road (E-12) between Jubail Island and Saadiyat towards Abu Dhabi indicates a speed reduction from 120 to 100 kilometers per hour, and a red carpet on Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road (E-12) Saadiyat towards Abu Dhabi indicates a speed reduction from 120 to 100 kilometers per hour and a speed reduction from 140 to 120 kilometers per hour on Sweihan Road (E-20) Al Falah Bridge in the direction of Abu Dhabi International Airport. In addition, the Abu Dhabi City Municipality has confirmed that it is making ongoing efforts to improve the level of comfort and safety on the road network. Located within its geographical scope, both inside and outside of Abu Dhabi Island, it was built and implemented in compliance with the highest international standards. This was done in a manner that ensures the safety of its guests and maintains a pace with the cultural renaissance that Abu Dhabi is experiencing.