No toll gate fees during off peak hours in Abu Dhabi

No toll gate fees during off peak hours in Abu Dhabi
No toll gate fees during off peak hours in Abu Dhabi

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Select residents, vehicles exempted from toll charge during peak hours as well.

Abu Dhabi Department of Municipalities and Transport announced new toll gate charges on Sunday.

According to a series of tweets by the Abu Dhabi Media Office, the DMT announced that Abu Dhabi Toll Gate System will start operating on four bridges from Jan 2, 2020, with fees to be levied only during peak hours, 7:00-9:00 AM and 5:00-7:00 PM Saturday to Thursday.

An earlier announcement this year said that motorists would have had to pay Dh2 during off peak hours, which has now been cancelled. The system will be effective from January 2, 2020.

Toll Gate fees of Dh4 per crossing, capped at Dh16 per day and Dh200 per month for private vehicles.

The system will help reduce congestion, with 327 additional buses purchased and almost 200 bus journeys in and out of the city added.

Senior Emiratis (age 60+), people of determination, limited-income Emiratis and Emirati retirees to be exempt, along with taxis licenced in Abu Dhabi, towed vehicles, public buses and school buses to be exempt from toll charges.

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