The RTA has finally shared details of the purpose of these devices.
"This is a 'traffic counting device' that is used for collecting traffic information (counts, speed and Gaps) in order to analyse the junction of the location," the RTA said.
The clarification came after a Twitter user posted a video of the device.
Thanks for contacting us. Please note that this is a "Traffic counting device" that is used for collecting traffic information (counts, speed and Gaps) in order to analyse the junction of the location.
- RTA (@rta_dubai) October 28, 2019
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