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Toll system to take effect on Oct. 15 in Abu Dhabi

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Oct. 14, 19 | 5:27 pm

If you’re using roads leading to Abu Dhabi, then you should register your vehicles.

Starting tomorrow, the emirate’s toll system will come into effect.

The Department of Transport – Abu Dhabi (DoT) and the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) said registration can be processed via the DoT website (https://dot.gov.abudhabi) or any Abu Dhabi Government Services Centers (Tamm). You just need to use the Emirates ID.

The toll system registration is obligatory for anyone who wishes to use roads leading to the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

There are four toll gates installed on Abu Dhabi’s major bridges including Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Bridge, Al Maqtaa Bridge, and Mussafah Bridge.

This move is set to reduce traffic congestion and raise the efficiency of the local transport sector.

Vehicles registered after October 15, 2019 will be subjected to a Dh100 registration fee.

Those who have registered before the said date will automatically be freed from the registration charge. Users will then receive a text message on the mobile number registered with Abu Dhabi Police, along with the account details.

As for those users of cars registered in other emirates, you can also log into your accounts on the website and register for the toll system. You will be asked to pay a registration fee of Dh100 per vehicle before crossing the toll gates. The Dh50 is the registration fee and Dh50 will be credited to the account.

There will be a grace period of ten days for non-registered vehicles crossing the toll gates to register. After that, a fine of Dh100 will be issued daily, reaching a maximum of Dh10,000.

TOLL CHARGES

For peak hours per pass from Saturday to Thursday (7a.m. – 9a.m. and 5 p.m. – 7p.m.), the fee is Dh4.

The fee of Dh2 for each pass is charged during off-peak hours, on Fridays, and during holidays.

The toll collection system will be operational 24/7 and will charge a daily maximum fee of Dh16 per vehicle.

Meanwhile, the next phase of the registration process will involve company vehicles and fleets, which will be announced in the near future.

Should you have questions or to keep track of updates, car owners can follow ITC on social media pages (@ITCAbuDhabi). You can also inquire through the free ITC Contact Center hotline 80088888, or the free Abu Dhabi Government Contact Center hotline 800555.

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