Specifying vehicles that are prohibited from driving on some Abu Dhabi roads during peak hours
The Abu Dhabi Police General Command has identified a list of vehicles that are prohibited from driving on Abu Dhabi roads during peak hours, especially Sweihan Road towards Al Shawamekh.
Identifying the types of automobiles that are not permitted to be driven on certain roads in Abu Dhabi during rush hour
The Abu Dhabi Police General Command has compiled a list of vehicles that are not permitted to drive on Abu Dhabi roads during peak hours. In particular, the driving ban applies to Sweihan Road heading in the direction of Al Shawamekh.
Preventing the movement of heavy vehicles during peak hours on Sweihan Road towards Al Shawamekh
preventing the passage of large trucks along Sweihan Road in the direction of Al Shawamekh at the busiest hours of the day, Beginning on Monday, November 13, the Abu Dhabi Police General Command, in cooperation with the Technical Committee for Traffic Safety in the Emirate, will implement a ban on the movement of heavy vehicles along Sweihan Road toward Al Shawamekh, passing through Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Street, and all the way up to the "Musaffah" truck bridge in both directions during the morning and evening peak hours. This is done as part of the efforts that are being made to ensure that there is a smooth flow of traffic and to reduce the number of accidents that could be caused by automobiles.
Timings for banning heavy vehicles in Abu Dhabi on Sweihan Road towards Al Shawamekh
Schedules for the prohibition of heavy vehicles in Abu Dhabi on Sweihan Road heading in the direction of Al Shawamekh, There will be a complete shutdown of traffic during the busiest hours of the day, which are 6:30 in the morning until 9:00 in the morning and 3:00 in the afternoon until 6:00 in the evening.
Dubai Police instructions for heavy truck drivers
Instructions from the Dubai Police Department for drivers of big trucks, The Abu Dhabi Police General Command issued a call to drivers, requesting that they make a commitment to not move during the specified periods, to use the alternative route that is shown on the illustrative map, which goes from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Street towards the Zayed Military City roundabout, through Al Adla Road to Al Rawdah Road (Abu Dhabi - Al Ain Truck Road), and to abide by the traffic regulations. The Traffic Department placed a strong emphasis on increasing the stringency of road rules, imposing fines on those who disobeyed them, and using intelligent systems to monitor and enforce compliance with these controls.