More than 4,000 new parking spaces revealed for Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi has announced the implementation of 4,846 parking bays in six sectors as part of its efforts to increase the level of road safety and maintain the general appearance of the Emirate.
4,846 new parking bays launched in Abu Dhabi.
4,846 new parking bays launched in Abu Dhabi.

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The Integrated transport Center (ITC) has announced the implementation of 4,846 parking bays in six sectors in Abu Dhabi as part of its efforts to increase the level of road safety and maintain the general appearance of the Emirate.

Mohammed Hamad Al Muhairi, deputy general manager of the Integrated Transport Center, head of traffic and parking team, said that parking will be free only for villa permit holders and paid parking will be enforced starting from August 27, 2017.

Paid parking will include 1,534 parking bays in Sector W14/01. The area is bordered by Hazza Bin Zayed the First Street in the north, Delma Street in the south, Al Karama Street in the east and Mubarak Bin Mohammed in the west.

As for Sector W15/01, there will be a total of 634 parking bays. The area is bordered by Delma Street in the north, Mohammed Bin Khalifa Street in the south, Al Karama Street in the east and Mubarak Bin Mohammed Street in the west.

Another 881 parking bays will be available in Sector W17/02. The area is bordered by Al Falah Street in the north, Hazza bin Zayed the First Street in the south, Khalifa bin Shakhbout Street in the east and Khaleej Al Arabi Street in the west.

In Sector W18/03, there will be 614 parking bays in the area that is bordered by Hazza Bin Zayed the First Street in the north, Delma Street in the south, Khalifa Bin Shakhbout Street in the east and Khaleej Al Arabi Street in the west.

Sector W19/01 will include 515 parking bays in the area that is bordered by Delma Street in the north, Mohammed Bin Khalifa Street in the south, Khalifa Bin Shakhbout Street in the east, Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street in the west.

Sector E38-01 there will be 668 parking pays in the area bordered by Salama Bint Butti Street in the north, Al Dhafra Street in the south, in the east Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Street and the 14th Street in the west.

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Al Muhairi revealed that the implementation of paid parking management in the aforementioned sectors will offer long-term solutions to parking issues, maintain the traffic flow and decrease illegal parking cases.

The centre reinforced that it is illegal to park on yellow and grey markings, in the middle of the road, double-parking, drop off and pick up points, pedestrian crossings, access points and fire hydrants.

Inspectors will be available in the aforementioned sectors to assure the road users follow the regulations. Therefore, the center urges the public to issue permits in the nearest Customer Service Center.

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