UAE announces free parking for all in Abu Dhabi

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Free Parking in Abu Dhabi Is Announced for the New Year in the United Arab Emirates

During the New Year's holiday in the emirate, Abu Dhabi has declared that parking and tolls would be free of charge.

UAE announces free parking for all in Abu Dhabi

On the first Monday of January in 2024, the Integrated Transport Centre announced that parking and the Darb toll gate would be free of charge. Beginning on Tuesday, January 2, toll gates will once again begin charging fees.

On Tuesday, January 2, surface parking, also known as mawaqif, is free until 7:59 in the morning. During the holiday, parking in the Mussafah M-18 truck parking lot will also be free of charge without charge.

It has been advised to residents that they should not park in locations that are banned, that they should not hinder the flow of cars, and that they should avoid parking in residential areas between the hours of 9 that night and 8 that morning.

In accordance with the regular timetable for weekends and public holidays, bus services will continue to run.

Car parking in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Parking manages the parking lots in Abu Dhabi. There are two types of car parks in Abu Dhabi:

Roadside parking: Roadside parking is available in most parts of Abu Dhabi. Roadside parking is paid using parking meters that accept coins and credit cards.

Multi-storey car parks: Multi-storey car parks are available throughout Abu Dhabi, especially in the city centre. Multi-storey parking is paid at checkout machines.

Disabled parking

Free disabled parking is available throughout Abu Dhabi. Disabled parking spaces are clearly marked.

For more information about parking in Abu Dhabi, please visit the Abu Dhabi Parking website.

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