RTA issues an important traffic circular to drivers in Dubai

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The RTA recently released an important traffic circular for diver in Dubai.

It has been brought to the attention of drivers in Dubai that the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has published a substantial traffic circular.

drivers.Attention, traffic in Dubai:

From tomorrow onward, motorists will be advised of delays at the intersection.Road construction and traffic rerouting are taking place between the two routes, which is the reason for this situation.

The Roads and Transport Authority of Dubai has issued a warning to motorists that they may experience delays as they travel near the crossroads where Sheikh Rashid Road and Al Mina Road meet.

A notification was sent out by the RTA to the inhabitants of X, informing them of the delays that would begin tomorrow, Saturday, February 10, and continue until Monday, February 12. The reason for this is that throughout the specified time period, there will be road construction and traffic diversions taking place between the two highways.The work will begin at one in the morning on Saturday and continue until six in the morning on Monday.To ensure that motorists arrive at their destination without incident, it has been recommended that they adhere to the directions provided by the signage and take other routes such as Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, 2nd December Street, Sheikh Zayed Road, and Al Ittihad Road.

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