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Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 22 June 2018

UAE traffic: Backlogs in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Heavy traffic was also building in several areas in the capital, including Umm Hurair​ ​​​​​​and Al Khalifa City

Dubai Police have urged motorists to remain calm while driving during Ramadan and to "remember that they are not the only ones who are fasting.” Chris Whiteoak / The National
Dubai Police have urged motorists to remain calm while driving during Ramadan and to "remember that they are not the only ones who are fasting.” Chris Whiteoak / The National

Slow moving traffic was reported today on many roads in Dubai, with the usual congestion on E311 Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road from Al Turrfa in Sharjah to Nad Al Sheba in Dubai, and on E11 Al Ittihad Street from Industrial Area 7 to Al Baraha.

Commuters should also expect delays on Rashid Hospital Street in Umm Hurair 2; on D72 - Al Asayel Street from Al Quoz Industrial Area to Al Barsha 2; on D89 - Al Mussalla Street from Naif to Ayal Nasir, and on D67 - Al Manama Street on Warsan 4.

In Abu Dhabi, traffic was building on Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street, Dalma Street and on 16th Street in Khalifa City.