The move, which comes within the second phase of the total number of parking spaces intended to be subject to same system, aims at providing parking lots for the public by making them available at all times and preventing misuse of them.
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.
RTA will issue e-tickets only via e-mail or text messages. All details of the offence will be communicated through these two channels.
The Sharjah Municipality announced that the elderly in Sharjah would be exempted from public parking fees. The elderly would be provided with free annual subscriptions that allow them to park in all the city’s car-parks at all times.
Motorists can now scan the QR Code stickers affixed to parking machines and directional signs across Dubai city to have their parking requests processed. The initiative constitutes a quality addition to other options for the payment of parking fees in the Emirate.
The system is part of RTA’s efforts to make use of modern and smart technologies in delivering better services to public parking users in Dubai. Currently, there are 190,000 paid parking slots in Dubai out of a total of 550,000.
A video of his parking achievement has been caught in a CCTV camera.
MAWAQiF parking fees will be applied during Ramadan as per the current timing from Saturday to Thursday, from 8:00 to 00:00, and will be free of charge on Fridays and public holidays.
This will ease the use of those parking spaces, increase convenience, enhance suitability and meet the needs of residents and their visitors, according to an ITC press release issued on Wednesday.