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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Abu Dhabi Police have warned that motorists who fail to stop and give way to pedestrians will face a fine of Dhs500 and will also incur 6 black points.
Article 69 of the Federal Traffic and Traffic Law stipulates that fine for not giving priority for pedestrians in places designated for crossing is Dhs500 and 6 black points.
The video released by Abu Dhabi Police shows two cyclists crossing the road at a zebra crossing.
Few seconds later, one of the cyclists is knocked down by a van as its driver fails to reduce the speed in time.
The video was released as part of the Abu Dhabi Police’s campaign to create traffic safety awareness.
The round the clock broadcast on 24 FM radio stations launched with the aim of educating drivers of the procedures to be followed before reaching security checkpoints in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi Police have launched an initiative to replace minor traffic fines with warning SMSs to drivers, on the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, which falls annually on March 20.
The driver was driving recklessly without leaving enough space from other vehicles, besides overtaking vehicles in direction and not abiding by the traffic signs placed for motorists.
According to Article (32) of UAE traffic rules, motorists will get a fine of Dhs 800 and 4 black points for using phones while being on roads, which could lead to the driver’s distraction and cause traffic accidents.
Collaboration and partnership have become one of the positive outcomes of “Arab Health,” which, since 1975, has been a channel for local, regional and international healthcare industry stakeholders to introduce and showcase well-researched science/medical-based technology for improved public health and patient care.
A 27-year-old worker stabbed his roommate in the abdomen who was asleep after an argument.
The Dubai Public Prosecution has referred an Asian duo, aged 22 and 36, to Criminal Court for robbing a transport company vehicle that was parked in Al Qusais Area, Dubai.
Some airlines are offering a connecting flight to Dubai, such as an Air India flight from Delhi would take a traveller to Frankfurt, from there a Lufthansa flight would bring the traveller to Dubai.