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The Sharjah Municipality on Monday announced that public parkings in the emirate will be exempted from fees during the period from Shawwal 1 to Shawwal 3 (the first, second and third days of Eid Al Fitr).
However, public parking spaces subject to fees throughout the week and official holidays, which can be identified through the indicative panels,are excluded from the Eid offer.
A day earlier Abu Dhabi has also announced that surface parking bays will be free of charge during the holiday starting from Tuesday, May 11, 2021 until the end of the official holiday (29 Ramdan until 3 Shawwal 1442 Hijri). Additionally, Mussafah Industrial area parking lot M18 will be free of charge during the holiday.
ITC calls upon the public not to park their vehicles in prohibited areas and not to block the traffic flow. ITC also urged the public to adhere to the regulations regarding the resident permit parking bays from 9:00 PM to 8:00 AM.
The ITC has announced that Darb toll gate system will be free of charge during Eid Al Fitr holiday. Toll gate charges will resume once the official holiday is over during peak hours from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, and from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM from Saturday to Thursday in order to ensure a smooth traffic flow during these timings, which witnesses a great deal of traffic. Noting that the ITC has amended Darb timings during the holy month of Ramadan.
The ITC stated that during Eid Al Fitr holiday, public bus services timings in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi will follow Friday and official holidays schedule. For more information about public bus services schedules, please visit ITC’s website www.itc.gov.ae, contact the call centre on 80088888 or use "Darbi" application.
During the holiday, ferry services will continue to operate between Dalma Island and Jebel Al Dhanna port, and between Al Saadiyat Island and Al Aliah.
After observing the Holy Month of Ramadan, the faithful in the UAE are geared up for the Eid Al Fitr celebrations.
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