UAE traffic: Heavy congestion in major centres
Motorists are being held up in several parts of Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah
Traffic is moving slowly in Abu Dhabi this morning, with delays along the E10 Eastern Mangroves road, beginning from twofour54 to Delma Street.
At 10.45am, Abu Dhabi Police warned motorists that there was heavy congestion before the Saada flyover.
Just off the island, there was heavy congestion this morning from Al Maqta Bridge and Mussafah Bridge extending to the E20 and E22 junction. The Sheikh Zayed Bridge was clear.
Two crashes on the E10 motorway in Al Shahama caused tailbacks heading southbound towards the capital.
In Dubai, traffic is moving well in the south of the city, apart from the usual congestion on the E311 and E77 junction near Dubai Investment Park.
There is heavy traffic on the Nad Al Sheba road to Al Ain, and throughout Deira. Motorists heading into Dubai on the E311 will experience at least 12 kilometres of congestion.
In Sharjah, there is 7km of build-up southbound on the 611 before the Dubai border.
Updated: September 10, 2018 11:25 AM