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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Emirate of Sharjah has announced free public parking for motorists during the three-day Eid holidays.
Free parking is not applicable on Arafat Day.
Residents can avail the offer from July 20-22th, from 10 to 12 Zul Hijjah.
Sharjah Municipality said on social media that all parking meters would be active from Monday, July 19.
The authorities announced that Blue Board’s 7-day paid parking zone would be active during the holiday period.
Residents have been urged to avoid fines by paying attention to the parking signs during these holidays.
On the other hand, based on the vision and directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the authorities announced the provision of 1,146 free annual parking subscriptions for the elderly.
This is part of a community initiative aimed at exempting senior citizens from public parking fees and enabling them to park in the parking slots any time.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) of Abu Dhabi said that the fees for a monthly permit will costs Dhs391, for three months Dhs1,174, for six months Dhs2,348, and fees for a year will Dhs4,695.
The UAE residents will likely have the longest break of this year on Eid Al Adha.
Dubai RTA has announced free parking for Eid Al Adha holidays. “Public parking would be free from Friday (July 8) till Monday (July 11),” said RTA.
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