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Abu Dhabi Police to implement new traffic fines starting July

Posted on 28/06/2017

The amended executive regulations of this year's Federal Traffic Law No. 21 will be implemented from 1st July, as per Ministerial Resolutions 177 and 178 (2017) regarding traffic control rules and procedures. Brigadier Ali Khalfan Al Dhaheri, Director-General of Central Operations at Abu Dhabi Police, called on drivers to follow traffic rules and laws while confirming that the amendments to the executive regulations are aimed at serving the interests of road users and improve traffic safety. ...  >>MORE

Dubai Police launches radar device to track driving violations on mandatory routes

Posted on 02/03/2017

The Dubai Police Traffic Department revealed the launch of a new radar device to catch drivers who violate laws regarding driving on mandatory routes. Major-General Eng. Mohammed Saif Al Zafeen, Dubai Police Assistant Commander-in-Chief of Operations, said that the Traffic Department is responsible for enforcing traffic laws and preventing violations by some drivers, on the main and side streets of the emirate. The Traffic Department received many complaints regarding drivers who do not ...  >>MORE

New local radar to enter into service from Sunday in Sharjah

Posted on 19/08/2016

A new locally-made radar, with a high degree of accuracy, will enter into service on Sunday, 21st August, 2016, in the Emirate of Sharjah, a senior police official has said. The new radar has been designed by the General Headquarters of the Sharjah Police in collaboration with the Departments of Traffic and Patrols and Electronic Services and Telecommunications. Colonel Abdallah Mubarak bin Amir, Deputy General Commander of Sharjah Police, was briefed on the new radar that would monitor, with ...  >>MORE

New traffic light control system to give priority to civil defence vehicles

Posted on 21/07/2016

If you're driving on an Abu Dhabi road and the signal turns red with the sirens of civil defence vehicles being heard nearby, then you shouldn't be surprised. As matter of fact, you must put breaks and slow down the vehicle because the priority will be given to the civil defence vehicles at the signal or junction. On Wednesday, Abu Dhabi Civil Defence announced a new advanced traffic light control system in cooperation with the Department of Municipal Affairs and Transport whereby the civil ...  >>MORE

Young Abu Dhabi drivers given early start in road safety

Posted on 29/05/2016

Over the past two weeks, thousands of youngsters have been getting instructions in the correct way to drive by taking mini pedal cars around a mock-up of a town centre, complete with road signs, pedestrian crossing, roundabout and traffic lights. My First Licence — I Know My Road Rules helped 3,000 children from nine schools in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi to learn basic road rules and signs, before giving them the chance to put what they learnt into practice on the streets. Hesham Ahmed ...  >>MORE

Noise-measuring radars in Abu Dhabi residential areas soon

Posted on 06/04/2016

The first ever noise-measuring radar has been invented by a member of Abu Dhabi Police in order to apprehend abnormally loud vehicles, especially in residential areas and on the roads, officials said on Tuesday. Invented by Captain Ahmad Abdullah Al Muhairi, Head of Traffic Safety Section at the Traffic Engineering and Safety Department in the Traffic and Patrols Directorate, the radar seeks to make Abu Dhabi the first city in the world to use this device to preserve the environment by ...  >>MORE

Khalifa Empowerment Program for students and Nissan sign MoU to raise road safety awareness

Posted on 05/04/2016

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Aqdar - the Khalifa Empowerment Program for Students - and Nissan, representing a partnership that focuses on raising awareness of road safety issues among the youth, particularly the students' community in the UAE. The MoU was signed by Colonel Expert Dr. Ibrahim Mohammad AlDabal, General Coordinator of the Khalifa Empowerment Program for Students, and Samir Cherfan, Managing Director of Nissan Middle East, at a special ceremony in ...  >>MORE

One Million vehicles in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi last year

Posted on 06/02/2016

The Vehicles and Drivers Licensing Department of the Abu Dhabi Police announced that the number of vehicles in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi amounted to 1,016,740 vehicles during the past year. The department also stressed the provision of its various services to vehicles owners wherever they are in their areas of residence. According to Colonel Suhail Saeed Al Khaiaili, Chief of the Vehicles Licensing Section at the Vehicles and Drivers Licensing Department, there are seven different categories ...  >>MORE

High-tech car park opens in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 03/02/2016

The first multi-storey underground car park with recharging points for hybrid and electric vehicles opened on Tuesday in the emirate. Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon, chairman of the Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi, inaugurated the Dh120 million, 726-space car park in Al Dana that features four bays for environmentally-friendly cars. "We've introduced the parking bays for hybrid and electric vehicles to support sustainability and environmental protection,” said Khalid Hashim, executive ...  >>MORE

Pile-up of 69 cars along Abu Dhabi-Al Ain highway

Posted on 17/01/2016

Twenty-three people sustained minor injuries in four separate road incidents – one of which involved 69 vehicles – on the Abu Dhabi-Al Ain Road on Saturday due to fog and low visibility. Brig Khalifa Al Khaili, deputy director of the Abu Dhabi Police traffic directorate, said the authorities diverted traffic temporarily until they were able to clear the road. "The first incident took place near the roundabout of the Al Saad-Sweihan bridge and involved five vehicles. The second incident, which ...  >>MORE

MoI launches first Unified Traffic Awareness Campaign for 2016

Posted on 12/01/2016

The Ministry of Interior has launched the first unified traffic awareness campaign for 2016 at the countrywide level. The campaign, which was initiated as of January 1 under the slogan "Observe the right of way", is one of the initiatives launched by the traffic sector, and will last for three months. The campaign aims to raise awareness among community members and road users, especially drivers, about the need to abide by traffic laws and regulations, in order to maintain their safety and the ...  >>MORE

ADP Traffic: Drivers overtaking on hard shoulder face one month car impound

Posted on 13/11/2015

In the last 10 months of 2015, a total number of 6,287 motorists in Abu Dhabi have been fined for overtaking on the hard shoulder of the road, according to Colonel Hamad Mubarak bin Athath Al Ameri, Head of the Capital's Traffic Department at the Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate General Colonel Al Ameri noted that the penalties associated with overtaking on the hard shoulder of the road are stipulated as per Articles (8) and (16) of the Traffic Law, in regards to motorists who ...  >>MORE

New speed limits to be implemented on Abu Dhabi-Al Ghuwaifat road next Sunday

Posted on 10/11/2015

Brigadier Khalifa Mohamed Al Khaiaili, Acting Deputy Director of the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police, announced that the new speed limits for the Abu Dhabi - Al Ghuwaifat Road will go into effect as of next Sunday, 15 November. He also noted that the new signage has been installed indicated the road speed, and the radar speed limits have been changed accordingly on the three phases of the road. Brigadier Al Khaiaili also explained that the project to widen the Abu Dhabi- ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi City Municipality cracks down on illegally parked vehicles in Baniyas

Posted on 24/08/2015

The Abu Dhabi City Municipality has announced that it has removed 21 large vehicles, including trucks and buses, during a 3-day campaign targeting illegally parked vehicles in residential areas in Baniyas. As part of the crackdown, small vehicles abandoned for prolonged periods were also removed, and 11 fines were issued. The objective of the campaign, which will be regularly repeated, is to curb illegal parking practices which cause inconvenience to residents and mar the appearance of the ...  >>MORE

ADP Traffic fined 11,000 vehicles in three months

Posted on 04/05/2015

The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the Abu Dhabi Police issued more than 11,000 traffic fines in three months in the first quarter of this year for vehicles technically unfit for use on the road. The technical glitches include worn-out tires; gas emissions that exceed specified standards; and using broken indicators or lights, which may lead to traffic accidents resulting in deaths and serious injuries. Colonel Mohammed Ahmed Saif Al Mazrouei, Chief of Peripheral Regions Traffic Section ...  >>MORE

ADP urges motorists to follow traffic guidelines during fog

Posted on 01/04/2015

One person sustained minor injuries following a 15-car pile-up on the Abu Dhabi – Dubai road towards Al Samha on Monday morning. The injured citizen was treated at the scene of the accident, which resulted from low horizontal visibility due to fog in various areas of the road. Colonel Mohammed Ahmed Saif Al Mazroui, Head of the Peripheral Regions Traffic Department at the Traffic and Patrols Directorate in Abu Dhabi Police, said that the operation room dispatched traffic patrols immediately on ...  >>MORE

MoI provides driving license issuance via Smart App

Posted on 24/03/2015

The Ministry of Interior, MoI, has launched a driving license issuance service via its app, UAE MoI. The new app is to benefit those who have passed their driving tests through the federal traffic and registration system. Major General Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, Chairman of the Ministry of Interior's E-transformation Higher Committee, said that this service is among a suite of services that the MoI has provided for the public that require the user to follow simple steps to obtain the service. He ...  >>MORE

DoT introduces intelligent traffic signals in intersections of Mohamed bin Zayed City

Posted on 16/03/2015

The Department of Transport, DoT, in Abu Dhabi today announced that it has introduced an Intelligent Traffic Control System in all signalled intersections of Mohamed bin Zayed City, in its continuous pursuit to enhance safety and security for road users whilst providing proactive solutions to ensure smoother traffic. The project, which completed its deployment phases recently, involved installing intelligent and integrated traffic/pedestrian signals as well as a traffic video surveillance ...  >>MORE

ADP: Road deaths fatalities down by 35%, and serious injuries by 50% in five years

Posted on 09/03/2015

The latest statistics issued by the Traffic and Patrols Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police, ADP, has reported a significant improvement in traffic safety over the past five years. According to Director of Traffic and Patrols Directorate, Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, due to this significant decline, fatalities caused by run-over accidents dropped by 54%, traffic accidents by 40%, fatalities caused by traffic accidents by 35%, and serious injuries decreased by 50%. Also, traffic-related ...  >>MORE

Security Media Department to Launch "Messages from the Heart" initiative to mark GCC Traffic Week

Posted on 07/03/2015

The Security Media Department at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior will be launching an initiative titled "Messages from the heart", via the various TV, radio, and social networking sites. The initiative comes in line with the 31st GCC Traffic Week, which will commence after tomorrow, Sunday. Alia Al Rumaithi, Radio Branch Manager at the Security Media Department, indicated that the initiative coincides with the 31st GCC Traffic Week ...  >>MORE

RTA links traffic signals with 3G technology in Dubai

Posted on 03/02/2015

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has announced the completion of connecting all traffic signals in the Emirate with the Traffic Control Centre, meanwhile work is up and running in completing the project of shifting the control of traffic signals from the existing hired telephone lines to the 3G technology; enabling remote control of signals via RTA's Traffic Control Centre. The step is set to alleviate and enable better management of traffic congestion at junctions as per the ...  >>MORE

4775 vehicles seized in Abu Dhabi last year due to over speeding

Posted on 01/02/2015

The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police seized 4775 vehicles last year for driving at dangerous speeds, exceeding 200 Km/h, posing a tremendous risk to other drivers and road users. Brigadier Eng. Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, Director of Traffic and Patrols Directorate, warned drivers against reckless driving. He pointed out that all legal necessary actions were taken against drivers for driving dangerously which causes horrifying traffic accidents that often lead to fatalities ...  >>MORE

Hunt for parking at The Dubai Mall gets smart

Posted on 15/01/2015

The Roads and Transport Authority's (RTA) smart parking application will now allow users to locate available parking spaces at The Dubai Mall, multi-storey parking buildings and certain areas on Sheikh Zayed road. The updated version of the app, which was introduced by the RTA in September 2014, is available for download on the Android platform. The primary aim of the update is to encourage private spaces like shopping malls and hotels to incorporate their parking facilities with the RTA app, ...  >>MORE

Thick fog leads to 114-vehicle pile-up, 20 hurt on Abu Dhabi-Dubai road

Posted on 09/01/2015

Some 20 people were injured in multi-vehicle collisions on Thursday morning on the Abu Dhabi-Dubai road after a thick blanket of fog drastically reduced visibility. One victim remains in critical condition. As a result, 40 patrol cars responded to the incidents that took place between Al Reef Bridge towards Al Shahama and paramedics treated the wounded before taking them to hospitals for treatment. Police say tens of cars were involved in the accidents whereas other unconfirmed eyewitness ...  >>MORE

New Dubai number plates for 2014

Posted on 15/10/2014

Vehicle number plates with the new Dubai ‘brand' logo will be available from the end of the year, a senior Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official said. The new plates, which are not mandatory, will be available for purchase only through smart channels. "The new number plates are just another option for people to have. We will not replace the existing ones with these. Those who want the new plates can have them any time and not necessarily during the renewal,” said Ahmad Hashim ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Interior revises traffic offence points programme

Posted on 14/10/2014

The Police Follow-up Department at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, has revised its existing points system for traffic offences, by approving amendments on a number of its policy items, including the introduction of a re-educational programme to help drivers become more aware. The programme comes as part of the Ministry of Interior's efforts to achieve traffic safety based on the adoption of the best international standards. ...  >>MORE

Traffic accidents decreased by 10.7 percent in U.A.E. over 8 months

Posted on 23/09/2014

Traffic accidents registered in the U.A.E. over the first eight months of 2014 have decreased by 10.7 percent, according to statistics released by the Traffic Coordination Department at the Ministry of Interior (MoI). There have been 3,170 accidents so far this year, as compared to the 3,549 accidents registered during this same period in 2013. Statistics also show a 0.2 percent decrease in the mortality rate when compared to the same period of the current year. Brigadier Ghaith Hassan Al ...  >>MORE

Salik holds record of being the biggest tolling system in the world

Posted on 23/09/2014

Salik is the biggest tolling system in the world in terms of multiple lanes covered, and the widest toll gate in one direction, said the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). Providing a free traffic gate spanning 44 meters in one direction and covering 12 lanes on Sheikh Zayed Road in both directions, the toll gate system of Dubai is responsible for yet another worldwide record. Salik has the capacity to handle 1.5 million vehicle trips every day and does not require road closures for ...  >>MORE

ADP Traffic and Patrols Directorate Calls for boosting community-based efforts to reduce accidents

Posted on 29/08/2014

The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the Abu Dhabi Police has called for increasing community-based efforts to reduce traffic accidents. Colonel Hamad Nasser Al Bloushi, Head of Peripheral Regions Traffic Department at the directorate, stressed that ensuring traffic safety is a significant challenge for police entities, who are in charge of enforcing the laws enacted to protect the lives and safety of all road users; motorists, passengers and pedestrians alike. Colonel Al Bloushi also called ...  >>MORE

Female investigators provide psychological support to female drivers who cause traffic accidents

Posted on 02/08/2014

Special women police officers at the Traffic and Patrols Directorate of the Abu Dhabi Police are in charge of investigating with women drivers who cause traffic accidents. They also provide psychological support to these women to help them cope with the emotional shock from the accidents they are involved in, and take their statement. This is achieved in a way that preserves women's privacy and puts them at ease to ensure a seamless investigation process. To this end, the Traffic and Patrols ...  >>MORE

Dubai traffic lights going green

Posted on 15/07/2014

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has started replacing traffic lights in Dubai with halogen bulbs using LED power-saving technology. It comes as part of the RTA's safety and environmental push to enhance the traffic safety level and keep abreast of the green economy drive, an official said. The project will be carried out in phases and phase one is now under way. The bulbs will also save the RTA around Dh900,000 a year in expenditure, said Maitha Bin Udai, CEO of the RTA's Traffic and ...  >>MORE

Surveillance cameras to be activated in 36 Abu Dhabi intersections

Posted on 13/07/2014

The Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate has announced the activation of the intersection surveillance system to detect speeding motorists who jump the red signal as of next Tuesday at a further 36 intersections in the city of Abu Dhabi. This step falls in line with the Traffic and Patrols Directorate's traffic safety strategy to make roads safer, and to reduce all causes of traffic accidents that result in deaths and severe injuries. Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, Director ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Interior launches third Unified Traffic Awareness campaign

Posted on 11/07/2014

The Ministry of Interior, MoI, represented by the Traffic Coordination Department has launched the third unified traffic awareness campaign for this year as a part of traffic sector initiatives under the slogan: "For Your Safety, Adhere to Traffic Rules." This three-month campaign aims to bring together the efforts of the concerned authorities and segments of society for motorists to abide by traffic rules and regulations of the road for their own safety. Brigadier Ghaith Hassan Al Zaabi, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi police puts 46 new speed cameras in operation in Al Ain

Posted on 29/06/2014

Forty six new speed cameras are now in operation at all the entrances of Al Ain City to curb over-speeding, the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police has announced. Colonel Khalifa Al Khaili, Director of Traffic and Road Safety Engineering Department at Abu Dhabi Police, said 32 new speed cameras will also be installed on the internal roads of Al Ain as part of a multi-phased plan to reduce accidents and fatalities and increase road traffic safety. Al Khaili noted that eight of ...  >>MORE

27% decrease in traffic accident fatalities in Abu Dhabi in May

Posted on 10/06/2014

Statistics from the Traffic and Patrols Directorate, Abu Dhabi Police, show that traffic accident fatalities decreased during May compared to the previous month in Abu Dhabi, from 22 to 16 fatalities (27% decrease), and the number of accidents from 153 to 145 (5% decrease). Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harithi, Director of Traffic and Patrols Directorate, said that accidents that occurred during the period varied between collisions, running over, and swerving accidents. The main reasons for ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Traffic Department, Mawaqif to allow payment of fines in instalments

Posted on 01/06/2014

The Directorate of Traffic '&' Patrols (DTP) at Abu Dhabi Police and the Department of Transport (DoT) have announced granting the motorists with expired vehicle registration, the option to pay their traffic and parking tickets in instalments, starting June 1st and up to August 31st. DTP Director Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harthy said all branches of the directorate in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and the Western Region will provide the facility to the motorists with at least Dh 1,000 fines for more than ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate receives traffic reports via the CityGuard application

Posted on 26/05/2014

The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police GHQ announced that it will be receiving reports about traffic-related incidents from the public, such as traffic violations committed by motorists on internal and external roads in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi through the e-Government application called CityGuard. The application was launched by the directorate, out of its firm belief that road safety is a social responsibility that requires concerted efforts from all society segments; in the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to have 150 new no-flash cameras

Posted on 21/05/2014

Abu Dhabi traffic police will deploy 150 new infrared cameras at key intersections to hunt for speedsters, red light jumpers and other offenders as part of the emirate's drive to curb accidents on roads, according to a police officer. The new cameras, which do not flash at offenders, will be installed at traffic lights junctions inside the capital and its outskirts to reinforce existing infrared cameras and other systems controlling main roads, said Captain Ahmed Al Muhairi, traffic safety ...  >>MORE

Jail for overtaking on hard shoulder: Abu Dhabi Police

Posted on 18/05/2014

Motorists who overtake on hard shoulder will face up to one month in jail, according to Abu Dhabi Police. Brigadier Hussein Ahmed Al Harthy, Director, Directorate of Traffic and Patrols, Abu Dhabi Police, said, drivers will face severe penalties for overtaking on the hard shoulder. He said the decision is in accordance with Federal Traffic Law No 21 of 1995. Article 57 stipulates one month imprisonment for such a violation apart from incurring 10 black points – six points for violation of ...  >>MORE

28% reduction in traffic accident deaths in the capital

Posted on 12/05/2014

A significant improvement in safety standards across Abu Dhabi roads has been reported during the first quarter of this year in comparison with the same period in 2013, the Ministry of Interior announced yesterday. The ministry revealed that deaths due to accidents have gone down by 28 per cent while serious injuries have also decreased by 11 per cent during the first three months of this year in comparison with last year. Brigadier Engineer Hussain Ahmad Al Harithi, director of Traffic and ...  >>MORE

185 new radars installed on Abu Dhabi roads

Posted on 11/05/2014

A total of 185 new radars have been installed on internal and external roads across the emirate of Abu Dhabi, the Abu Dhabi Police announced in a statement sent on Saturday. The radars were installed in Abu Dhabi city and Al Ain during the first three months of 2014 as part of an effort to detect speeding motorists as well as those who jump red lights, the statement added. The installation of new technologies, such as radars and cameras at signalised intersections, is being undertaken to ...  >>MORE

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Abu Dhabi Police to implement new traffic fines starting July


Dubai Police launches radar device to track driving violations on mandatory routes


New local radar to enter into service from Sunday in Sharjah


New traffic light control system to give priority to civil defence vehicles


Young Abu Dhabi drivers given early start in road safety


Noise-measuring radars in Abu Dhabi residential areas soon


Khalifa Empowerment Program for students and Nissan sign MoU to raise road safety awareness


One Million vehicles in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi last year


High-tech car park opens in Abu Dhabi


Pile-up of 69 cars along Abu Dhabi-Al Ain highway


MoI launches first Unified Traffic Awareness Campaign for 2016


ADP Traffic: Drivers overtaking on hard shoulder face one month car impound


New speed limits to be implemented on Abu Dhabi-Al Ghuwaifat road next Sunday


Abu Dhabi City Municipality cracks down on illegally parked vehicles in Baniyas


ADP Traffic fined 11,000 vehicles in three months


ADP urges motorists to follow traffic guidelines during fog


MoI provides driving license issuance via Smart App


DoT introduces intelligent traffic signals in intersections of Mohamed bin Zayed City


ADP: Road deaths fatalities down by 35%, and serious injuries by 50% in five years


Security Media Department to Launch "Messages from the Heart" initiative to mark GCC Traffic Week


RTA links traffic signals with 3G technology in Dubai


4775 vehicles seized in Abu Dhabi last year due to over speeding


Hunt for parking at The Dubai Mall gets smart


Thick fog leads to 114-vehicle pile-up, 20 hurt on Abu Dhabi-Dubai road


New Dubai number plates for 2014


Ministry of Interior revises traffic offence points programme


Traffic accidents decreased by 10.7 percent in U.A.E. over 8 months


Salik holds record of being the biggest tolling system in the world


ADP Traffic and Patrols Directorate Calls for boosting community-based efforts to reduce accidents


Female investigators provide psychological support to female drivers who cause traffic accidents


Dubai traffic lights going green


Surveillance cameras to be activated in 36 Abu Dhabi intersections


Ministry of Interior launches third Unified Traffic Awareness campaign


Abu Dhabi police puts 46 new speed cameras in operation in Al Ain


27% decrease in traffic accident fatalities in Abu Dhabi in May


Abu Dhabi Traffic Department, Mawaqif to allow payment of fines in instalments


Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate receives traffic reports via the CityGuard application


Abu Dhabi to have 150 new no-flash cameras


Jail for overtaking on hard shoulder: Abu Dhabi Police


28% reduction in traffic accident deaths in the capital


185 new radars installed on Abu Dhabi roads