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Prophet’s birthday in UAE: Free parking, tolls in Abu Dhabi today

In the majority of Islamic nations, consisting of in the Gulf, the celebration is observed on 12 Rabi’ Al-Awwal 1444, which is the 3rd month of the Islamic schedule

The Integrated Transportation Centre (ITC) of the Division of Municipalities as well as Deliver in Abu Dhabi has actually introduced the timings as well as procedure of its Client Joy Centres, surface area car parkings, Darb toll gateways, as well as public buses throughout Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday celebration Vacation, October 8, 2022.

The ITC specified that Consumers’ Joy Centres throughout the emirate will certainly be shut on Saturday, October 8. Consumers might remain to make an application for ITC’s solutions on its electronic systems with its web site, as well as on the Darb as well as Darbi clever applications.

Consumers might get in touch with the combined Solution Assistance Centre of the Division of Municipalities as well as Deliver on its toll-free number 800850 as well as TransAD 600535353, which are offered 24/7.

Surface area car parkings will certainly be for free throughout the vacation, beginning with Saturday up until 7:59 get on Monday, October 10. Parking areas at the Musaffah M-18 vehicle car park will certainly additionally be for free throughout the main vacation.

Hereof, the ITC contacted vehicle drivers to prevent auto parking in banned locations as well as obstructing website traffic activity. It additionally prompted vehicle drivers to park appropriately in the assigned locations as well as to prevent auto parking in property garage from 9:00 pm up until 8:00 am.

The ITC stated that the Darb toll entrance system will certainly be for free throughout the vacation on Saturday, as well as will certainly return to on Monday, throughout the routine top hrs (from 07:00 am to 09:00 am as well as from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm).

When it comes to the operating hrs of public bus solutions, the ITC specified that the bus solutions will certainly run based upon the normal unified timetable throughout the week.

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