Abu Dhabi toll gate: 12,000 drivers granted exemptions
The system came into effect on January 2 this year.
About 12,000 UAE drivers have been granted exemptions by Abu Dhabi's transport regulatory body.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday announced that the Darb toll gate system has now exceeded 400,000 users. Of these, 12,000 eligible motorists were granted exemption from paying the Dh4 fee while crossing the toll gates.
Thanks to your cooperation, the total number of registered accounts in the #DARB_AbuDhabi Toll Gate System have exceeded 400,00 users. And 12,000 exemption approvals are granted to deserving categories.- "ITC" (@ITCAbuDhabi) January 13, 2021
Register on our website https://t.co/oIhJpZ9SRR or use our DARB smart app. pic.twitter.com/ASXWzTuqOe
The gates are located on four main bridges: the Sheikh Zayed Bridge, the Sheikh Khalifa Bridge, Al Maqta Bridge and Musaffah Bridge. The system came into effect on January 2 this year.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) of the Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT) has urged vehicle owners to set up and activate their accounts by logging into https://darb.itc.gov.ae or download the 'Darb' mobile app.
Also read: 9 steps to register on Darb system
Failure to do so will result in a fine of Dh400.
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