The Ministry of Interior announces the 10 most dangerous roads in the UAE

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The Ministry of Interior has revealed the ten roads in the Emirates that are considered to be the most hazardous.

The Ministry of Interior's data revealed that Abu Dhabi had the highest number of fatalities and Dubai the highest number of injuries in 2023.

Unveiled are the top ten roads in the United Arab Emirates that are most likely to be involved in an accident.

According to data provided by the Ministry of Interior, Abu Dhabi was the city with the highest number of fatalities in 2023, while Dubai was the city with the highest number of injuries.

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) recently announced the publication of "open data" about road safety statistics for the year 2023. This data identifies which routes and streets are more likely to be involved in accidents.

The list of the 10 most dangerous roads in the Emirates.

This is the list of the ten most dangerous roads in the Emirates.

The Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road (E311), a major road in the United Arab Emirates that connects Al Falah in Abu Dhabi to Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), recorded the highest number of accidents in the previous year, with 266 incidents, 223 injuries, and 43 fatalities.

With 18 fatalities and 104 injuries of varying degrees, Emirates Road is the second-most dangerous road in the world. In total, there have been 122 deaths and injuries on Emirates Road.

Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai accounted for third place with a total of 147 injuries and 16 fatalities. The Abu Dhabi-Al Ain Road comes in fourth with a total of 184 cases, including 171 injuries and 13 fatalities. Among the overall number of deaths and injuries, Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Road placed in fifth place with 134 injuries and 12 fatalities, bringing the total to 146.

The following is a list of the five roads in the United Arab Emirates that are considered to be the most hazardous:

The road has high rates of injury and death in the UAE.

The Abu Dhabi-Al Sila 11 62 is here.Dubai-Al Ain 10-19 is in the seventh position.Tarif 7-24 is the eighth.17. Khor Fakkan, number nine.The number 10 is Al Khail 5,154.

According to Thomas Edelmann, the founder and managing director of RoadSafetyUAE, the ranking of dangerous roads is based on the number of fatalities rather than the overall number of injuries and deaths. This is because Edelmann believes that "the strongest indicator of road safety is the number of fatalities."

There have been fatalities on the roads in the United Arab Emirates.

A total of 133 Abu Dhabi, 121 Dubai, and 34 SharjahThe 30th of Ras Al KhaimahUmm Al Quwain: sixteen; Ajman: eleven; Fujairah: seven.

Injuries sustained on the roads in the UAE:

For example, Dubai has a total of 2,607. Abu Dhabi has 1,850.

Sharjah has 387. Ras Al Khaimah has 326. Fujairah has 202. Ajman has 133. Umm Al Quwain has 63.

"The rise in accidents and injuries is alarming and calls for a continued focus on road safety," Edelmann said. "We must focus on road safety." However, the overall situation is improving, with the number of fatalities approaching the "all-time low" of 2022.

Additionally, there is a need for a strong focus on the younger demographic of those aged 19 to 29 years old, as well as the 30- to 39-yyear-old demographic. These two primary groups are responsible for more than sixty percent of the casualties that have occurred simultaneously. Drivers should acknowledge and accept their duty to protect their passengers and other vulnerable road users, particularly pedestrians.

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