Abu Dhabi tolls: Maximum monthly, daily limit on fees explained

Abu Dhabi - The monthly cap depends on the order of vehicles in an individual’s account on the Darb system.

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Published: Sat 26 Dec 2020, 12:25 PM

Last updated: Sat 26 Dec 2020, 12:31 PM

Abu Dhabi is all set to activate its toll gates system from January 2, 2021. Called ‘Darb’, motorists will be charged Dh4 as they pass through the four bridges of Abu Dhabi during the peak hours of 7am to 9am and 5pm to 7pm.

Toll gates are located on the Sheikh Zayed, Sheikh Khalifa, Al Maqta and Musaffah Bridges.

To help residents curb expenses, the authorities have introduced daily and monthly limits to the amount deducted as toll fees.

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The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) in Abu Dhabi took to Twitter on Saturday to explain the caps.

The maximum daily tolls for a vehicle will be Dh16, with a complete exemption during off-peak times, Fridays and public holidays.

The monthly toll cap for each individual vehicle depends on the order of the vehicle in the system, with a maximum of Dh200 for the first vehicle, Dh150 for the second, and Dh100 for each additional vehicle.

“You can reorder your vehicles in the Toll Gate System #Darb_AbuDhabi at any time,” the ITC tweeted. “The monthly cap will decrease the amount of fees ... that an individual will have to pay.”

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