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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Abu Dhabi Police announced new restrictions on movement on Saturday amid partial travel restriction still continues in the emirate.
The General Command of Abu Dhabi Police announced on Saturday that traffic is banned for heavy vehicles and trucks on roads restricted to peak times in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, starting tomorrow 28th June.
According to a statement issued by Abu Dhabi Police, in Abu Dhabi city peak times will be from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and in Al Ain city from 6:30 am to 8:30 am and from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
However, following the completion of the National Sterilisation Programme in Abu Dhabi, residents are allowed to travel freely across the emirate.
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate of the Central Operations Sector of Abu Dhabi Police urge drivers to adhere to traffic laws and rules to enhance their safety on the roads and reduce traffic accidents.
The Abu Dhabi Police called on all motorists to take advantage of the announcement, to ensure payment of their traffic fines within the said period, and to settle their legal status.
The Abu Dhabi Police also called on drivers to pay attention while driving and refrain from using their mobile phones to surf the internet or use social media, stressing that it is closely monitoring traffic intersections using cameras, in cooperation with the Monitoring and Control Centre.
The Abu Dhabi Police have called owners of vehicles and drivers to hurry up to benefit from the grace period of cut in traffic fines that will end on June 22. Payment is available via digital platforms on the website and smart application.
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