Toll gates are active in four bridges in Abu Dhabi.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Motorists who pass through Abu Dhabi’s new toll gates will have 10 days to register for an account before they are fined, according to the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) on Tuesday (January 12).
Toll gates on Abu Dhabi’s four bridges were activated on January 2, and vehicle owners have been told to register for an account through www.darb.itc.gov.ae or the Darb app.
“The grace period for unregistered cars to pass through the Darb Toll Gate System is 10 days,” according to the ITC.
Failure to register for an account within the grace period will result in a fine of Dh100. Repeat violators will be fined Dh200, while a third violation will result in a Dh400 fine.
Toll gates are found on Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Al Maqtaa Bridge, Mussafah Bridge and Sheikh Khalifa Bridge.
Motorists will be charged Dh4 for each time they pass through the toll gates during peak hours of 7am to 9am and 5pm to 7pm. Monthly fees are capped at Dh200. ICA/Expat Media
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