Motorist alert: Major road closures, traffic diversion in UAE

 khaleejtimes.com  8/12/2018 6:04:19 AM  5  Web Report /Dubai

The Sheikh Zayed Tunnel will close until August 31, 2018 for maintenance work, Abu Dhabi Police said. Traffic will be diverted while roadworks are under way.

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- ???? ?????? (@ADPoliceHQ) August 12, 2018

The closure will begin on Sunday, August 12 and continue until Friday, August 31. Police advised motorists to use alternative routes during those times.

The Department of Transport (DoT)� in Abu Dhabi has partially closed Sultan Bin Khalifa (Sanaeia Roundabout), closing one left lane from the left side of the road.

Partial Road Closure on Sultan Bin Khalifa (Sanaeia Roundabout), Sunday 12 August 2018. #AbuDhabi pic.twitter.com/baWeRksLzJ

- "DoT" ????? ????? (@AbuDhabiDoT) August 11, 2018

The department also announced the partial closure of left lane in both direction near Khalifa Park until September1, 2018.

Partial Road Closure Near Khalifa Park, Saturday 11 August 2018 to Saturday 1 September 2018. #AbuDhabi pic.twitter.com/MUQUV7USdU

- "DoT" ????? ????? (@AbuDhabiDoT) August 10, 2018

In Dubai, commuters faced long tailbacks on E44 Ras Al Khor and Al Khail Road.

There is also heavy traffic on the roads headed from Al Nahda and heading into Dubai.


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