24 electronic portals for monitoring vehicle weight violations in the Emirates

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The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure in the Emirates announced its intention to establish 24 electronic portals to monitor vehicle weight violations in the Emirates with an accuracy of up to 98%. The new system is applied to vehicles from within the Emirates and coming from abroad.

24 digital checkpoints to monitor compliance with weight restrictions for vehicles in the Emirates

With an accuracy of up to 98%, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure in the Emirates has declared its intention to construct 24 computerized portals to monitor vehicle weight infractions in the Emirates. The new regulation applies to automobiles both originating from within the Emirates as well as those coming from other countries.

24 electronic portals for monitoring “heavy vehicle weights” in the Emirates

24 digital checkpoints for determining "heavy vehicle weights" in the Emirates, Beginning in October of the following year, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure plans to develop and install twenty-four smart gates across the country in order to electronically monitor the weights and dimensions of heavy vehicles with an accuracy of up to ninety-eight percent. The Ministry has said that it intends to utilize contemporary methods and cutting-edge technology in order to monitor compliance with the rules regarding the weights and dimensions of heavy trucks utilizing intelligent gates. It is implemented in 24 locations across the country, with the purpose of determining the weights of trucks while they are in motion. This includes 12 gates that have been implemented by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, as well as 12 gates that have been implemented by the Integrated Transport Center of the Department of Municipalities and Transport in Abu Dhabi. This indicates that the smart gates will operate completely electronically. It is equipped with a variety of sensors, a measuring device known as a "3D laser," and high-speed surveillance cameras that can achieve an accuracy of monitoring of up to 98%.

Adopting violations and weight tables next October

In the month of October, we will be adopting violations and weight charts, The Ministry has announced that during the month of October of the following year, it will approve violations and tables of maximum total and axle weights, as well as tables of maximum dimensions permitted by a federal decree law, regarding regulating the weights and dimensions of heavy vehicles. This will include a list of violations and administrative penalties that are scheduled to be applied to violators, and it will apply to more than 150,000 trucks coming from... Heavy vehicles already operating within the country, with the exception of heavy vehicles owned by the government. Because the total weight limit is greater than 65 tons, it has been decided to give businesses and the owners of heavy vehicles a period of four months from the beginning of the experimental application of the law, which will take place during the month of October next year, to bring their situations into conformity with the provisions and weights of the law. This decision was made because the total weight limit is greater than 65 tons.

The actual implementation date of the vehicle weight scales law in the Emirates

The real date on which the law requiring vehicle weight scales was put into effect in the Emirates, The Ministry explained that the second stage of implementing the decree law will be the "actual implementation" stage, which will begin on the first of February 2024. During this stage, the law will be implemented, and violations and administrative penalties will be applied, according to the permitted weights and dimensions. The final stage of implementing the law will be to evaluate the results and impact of implementing the law for the first year, which will take place in December 2024.

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