Department of Municipalities and Transport removes 164 wrecks from several areas in Abu Dhabi

Within its efforts for preserving the aesthetic image and maritime environment

  

Abu Dhabi: The Department of Municipalities and Transport announced a campaign to remove a group of neglected and abandoned ships, boats and sailboats in multiple regions in Abu Dhabi, as part of its efforts to ensure the smooth movement of maritime navigation, and its constant concern to preserve the integrity of the marine environment, and to preserve the aesthetic appearance of Abu Dhabi Emirate.

The campaign, which was implemented in several stages, resulted in the removal of the wrecks of 164 boats and ships that distort the aesthetic appearance of these areas and were a hotbed of insects and rodents.

The campaign has been implemented by the Department in cooperation with the Critical Infrastructure and Coastal Protection Authority (CICPA), and  came after the deadline for warnings issued to the owners of these ships, boats and boats in each of the waterways, Mina Zayed, Mussafah, Shahama, Tawila and Al-Bateen.

The DMT urges the cooperation of community members in preserving the appearance of the city, and the need to report everything that leads to distorting the aesthetic image of the city's beaches, by calling the Maritime Accidents Center on 996.

About Abu Dhabi Department of Municipality and Transport

The Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT) was established by Law No. 30 of 2019 and is the entity responsible for managing the urban planning and transport sectors, and three regional municipalities.

As the entity responsible for supporting the growth and urban development of Abu Dhabi Emirate, the DMT guides, regulates and monitors urban development activities. The expert authority improves municipal work to provide comprehensive services and creates higher living standards for residents through the supervision and management of the municipalities.

The DMT ensures the highest standards of safety, security, sustainability and technological developments of land, air and maritime transport networks of the Emirate, in line with the highest international standards and UAE legislation.

One of the DMT’s top priorities is to fulfil the vision of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, which draws on the vision of our UAE Founding Father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.


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