Dubai announced the diversion of traffic on many roads on Tuesday, February 13

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As of Tuesday, February 13, Dubai made the announcement that traffic would be diverted on a number of roadways. 

There has been a water buildup on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, which has caused traffic to be rerouted.

To ensure that motorists arrive at their destinations, it has been requested that they take alternative routes.

Due to the accumulation of water in Dubai as a result of the torrential rains that pummeled the city on the evening of February 12 and during the majority of the night, road diversions have been established.

Dubai announces the diversion of traffic on many roads due to rainwater.

In response to the rain, Dubai has announced that traffic will be rerouted on a number of roadways.

Residents who were traveling back from Dubai to Abu Dhabi last night encountered significant flooding on Sheikh Zayed Road. For reasons related to the nature of their business, a motorist expressed their desire for privacy and stated that vehicles were driving at a snail's pace in order to prevent any unpleasant situations.

As a result of the Road and Transport Authority's (RTA) decision to redirect traffic on Sheikh Zayed Road in the Jebel Ali area, motorists have been requested to take alternative routes in order to reach their destinations.

RTA announced alternative routes after diverting traffic on some Dubai roads today.

After rerouting traffic on some highways in Dubai today, the Highways and Transport Authority (RTA) published alternative routes.

The RTA has suggested the following routes as being more convenient:Those who are traveling in the direction of Abu Dhabi should take Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road.

In the direction of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road, Seih Shuaib Street is the direction that those traveling from Abu Dhabi should take.

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