Abu Dhabi Police sets entry times for workers’ buses and trucks to enter some areas
Hours ago, Abu Dhabi Police announced the entry dates for buses transporting workers and trucks to some areas, especially Abu Dhabi Island. The ban was issued to coincide with the launch of “ADIPEC 2023,” according to what was published by the Emirati news agency, WAM.
The Abu Dhabi Police Department regulates the entry hours that buses and vehicles used by workers are allowed in certain regions.
A few hours ago, the Abu Dhabi Police Department made an announcement on the entry dates for buses and trucks delivering workers to certain areas, most notably Abu Dhabi Island. The ban was enforced to coincide with the inauguration of "ADIPEC 2023," as stated in the article that was published by the Emirati news outlet WAM.
Amending the ban on entry times for trucks and buses transporting workers to Abu Dhabi Island
Changing the entry times that are prohibited for trucks and buses that are used to carry personnel to Abu Dhabi Island, To coincide with the beginning of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC 2023), the Traffic and Patrols Directorate of the Abu Dhabi Police announced that trucks, heavy vehicles, and buses transporting workers are prohibited from entering Abu Dhabi Island. This ban includes the entrances to "Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Sheikh Khalifa Bridge, Musaffah Bridge, and Al Maqta Bridge." Brigadier General Mahmoud Yousef Al-Balushi, who is in charge of the Traffic and Patrols Directorate in the Central Operations Sector, provided the following explanation: "the period for implementing the ban will start from 6:00 am to 12:00 noon tomorrow, and vehicles of public cleaning companies and logistical support vehicles will be excluded from the ban."
Abu Dhabi Police instructions for drivers
Instructions for Motorists from the Abu Dhabi Police Department, In order to improve the flow of traffic, he mentioned that there will be an increase in the number of traffic patrols that will be stationed on all roads and that there will also be an increase in the number of intelligent traffic control systems. He issued a rallying cry to drivers everywhere, imploring them to abide by the rules of the road and help improve overall efforts to make the roads safer.