On February 13, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced that certain automobiles would be temporarily prohibited from entering Abu Dhabi.
On February 13, Abu Dhabi's government imposed a temporary ban on certain automobiles.
Both the deployment of traffic patrols on all routes and the intensification of traffic control measures through the use of smart systems are going to take place.
Abu Dhabi Police issued a statement regarding the ban on some vehicles on the roads.
In accordance with the announcement made by the Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrol Directorate on Sunday, the entry of certain heavy trucks and buses that are used to carry workers to Abu Dhabi would be temporarily restricted beginning on Tuesday (February 13).
Entry restrictions apply to key bridges and entrances, including the Sheikh Zayed Bridge, the Sheikh Khalifa Bridge, the Amsefah Bridge, and the Al-Muktaar Bridge, among others. The authorities made it clear to everyone that they would be using traffic patrols on each and every route and that they would be enhancing the traffic control procedures with smart systems.
According to the Abu Dhabi Police Office, cars used by public hygiene businesses and vehicles that provided logistical support were exempt from the restriction order.
On February 13, General Mahmoud Youssef Al-Balouchi, the Director of the Directorate of Traffic and Security Patrols of the Central Operations Sector, made it clear that the time of restriction would start at noon and last until eleven minutes after midnight.
Tuesday is the day when the authorities are getting ready to receive the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. Through his speech at the 'Ahlan Modi' event, which will take place at Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Modi will address more than sixty thousand members of the Indian expatriate community.
Beginning on Tuesday, the Prime Minister of India will embark on a two-day trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). During his time there, he will meet with the President of the UAE, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and inaugurate the first traditional Hindu stone temple in the Middle East, which will be located in Abu Dhabi.