Ramadan in UAE: Paid, free parking hours announced in second emirate

Public parks will open from 4pm until 1am on all seven days of the week

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Published: Tue 21 Mar 2023, 3:43 PM

Last updated: Tue 21 Mar 2023, 3:50 PM

The Ajman Municipality has announced the paid parking hours for the entire month of Ramadan. The department noted the working hours of the parking lots from Thursday to Saturday would be in two shifts - morning from 9am to 1pm and will resume from 8pm to midnight. However, parking will be free on Fridays and public holidays.

Parks in the emirate will open from 4pm until 1am on all seven days of the week.

The municipality department confirmed that the Ajman central and Manama abattoir are equipped to receive the public during the approved working hours. The abattoirs will open from 9am to 2.30pm from Monday to Thursday, and on Friday from 9am until midnight. On Saturdays and Sundays, the abattoir in Ajman and Manama will open at 9am and operate until 1.30pm.

The Ajman Transport Authority on Tuesday has also announced the schedule of its services during the holy month of Ramadan, which includes the schedule of customer satisfaction centres and express service centres for checking and registering vehicles, public transport buses, sea transport and a bus on demand.

Express vehicle inspection and registration centres to offer its services in two shifts - from Sunday to Thursday, will be open from 8am to 5pm, and Friday from 8am to noon, as for the evening shift from Saturday to Friday will offer services from 8:30pm to 2am.

Marine transport (Abra) operations during Ramadan will be divided into two shifts; the first period starts from 4pm to 6pm and from 7pm to midnight.

On-demand bus service will start from 7am to midnight. The public can also order taxis via the route application or by calling the number 600599997. As well as taxis can be ordered via WhatsApp at +971600599997, as well as the possibility of submitting complaints and remarks.


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