Abu Dhabi announces Partial Road Closure on Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan St

Important notifications detailing partial lane closures on numerous streets in Abu Dhabi have been released by the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC). Please be aware of the updates below:

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Partial Road Closures in Abu Dhabi

The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) in Abu Dhabi has sent critical notices to motorists informing them of partial traffic closures on several streets. It is critical that all drivers are aware of the following updates:

Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Road (E10) Closure:

Details and Dates:

The partial road closure will be in effect from August 31 to September 4, As The ITC announced a partial closure of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Road (E10). Motorists using this route are advised to plan their journeys accordingly. The notification was disseminated via the transport authority's Twitter account.

Mohammad bin Khalifa Street – Al Ain Closure:

Details and Dates

The road closure in Al Ain began on August 20 and is scheduled to last until September 2.However, Mohammad Bin Khalifa Street in Al Ain is currently under a partial road closure for over a month. Drivers in this area are encouraged to use alternative routes during this period.

Al Saada Street Bridge Closure and Speed Limits:

1. Closure Dates:

The closure of Al Saada Street Bridge and the imposition of speed limits started on June 23 and will continue until December 2023.

2. Speed Limits:

Authorities have enforced new speed limits on this route, aiming to enhance traffic safety.

3. Alternate Routes:

Use alternate streets including Umm Yafina Road, Sultan bin Zayed the First Street, and Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street to escape traffic on the Al Saada Street Bridge, according to traffic advisories.

These notifications are essential for motorists to ensure a smooth and hassle-free commute while the road closures and speed limits are in place. Stay informed and plan your routes accordingly to minimize any inconvenience.

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