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Abu Dhabi police change traffic rules, allow some vehicles to overtake – News

Published: Friday, January 26, 2024, 09:53

Last update: Friday, January 26, 2024, 09:59

Heavy vehicles can now overtake from a particular lane on Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed International Road.

Abu Dhabi authorities have allowed the use of the second right lane for overtaking of heavy vehicles, solely for overtaking purposes, on Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed International Road from Benona Bridge to Ikad Bridge in both directions.

This will begin from Monday, January 29, 2024.

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Drivers of heavy vehicles are advised to follow the guidelines for their own safety and that of other road users. Drivers must stay in the right lane of the road, except when overtaking. In this case, the motorist should first check the side mirrors to make sure there are no blind spots before overtaking. After this, they must use signals from the beginning. After overtaking, the driver must return to the right lane.

The decision aims to raise traffic safety levels in the UAE and strengthen the logistics transportation sector by increasing the level of traffic congestion in the emirate.

According to authorities, the road will be monitored by traffic patrols and intelligent systems. Those who do not respect the overtaking rules will be subject to criminal action.

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