The Integrated Transport Centre implements 233 additional parking spaces in sector E25 in Abu Dhabi city

In order to increase the number of parking spaces offered to the public

The Integrated Transport Centre implements 233 additional parking spaces in sector E25 in Abu Dhabi city

Abu Dhabi: – The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) of the Department of Municipalities and Transport in Abu Dhabi announced that 233 new parking spaces have been implemented in sector E25 located in Al Nahyan Camp Area (Al Mamoura) in aim of offering more parking spaces to the public and eliminating random parking.

The sector is bordered by Dalma Street in north, Al Mamoura Street in south and west and Al Qub Street in east. The new parking spaces include 229 standard parking and four parking spaces dedicated for People of Determination.

This comes in part of ITC’s endeavour to to offer long-term solutions to resolve issues related to parking spaces and maintain the traffic flow. It also helps in decreasing illegal and random parking, enabling the optimal use of available parking spaces, shortening the search time for parking spaces, and accordingly, adding to the convenience of users.

ITC advocates motorists to follow parking regulations at all times, not to park vehicles in prohibited areas and not to block the traffic flow.


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