UAE | Traffic and Transport
RTA to abolish daily Salik cap from July 15
Motorists will soon be charged for every trip they make through a toll gate
- By Shafaat Shahbandari, Staff Reporter
- Published: 12:03 June 30, 2013
Thanks to Dubai municipality by fixing mamzar salik gates because of that shariah get good business people are not going to Dubai on weekends to the malls or for the dinner.
jeck, sharjah, United Arab Emirates
If they are serious on reducing traffics than they should have a proper plan. How this is going to reduce traffic? I don't know. If they are concerned, let them implement Toll only during peak hours and keep it free during normal hours, holidays etc. This system is followed by many major cities in the World.
ahmed jaseem, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai has spent billions on roads and infrastructure. We have big clean highways, flyovers, and bridges with landscaping and trees that are just beautiful. For a country that doesnt have tax, i would gladly pay the few dirhams to support the RTA in keeping Dubai as beautiful as it is.
Ayesha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Its Good, sales guys will use non-toll roads now...
Roma, dubai, India
why is it that we were charged during weekends and holidays which has no Traffic at all........??
shameer, sharjah, United Arab Emirates
If salik reduces traffic, why is it that we were charged during weekends and holidays which has no Traffic at all??
basty, dubai, United Arab Emirates
We are not surprised to hear this !!
RAZAUL, ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates
If Transport Authority is serious to reduce the Traffic on UAE roads its easy and simple just issue the route permit to private vans and buses to pick up the passengers. When the peoples will get easily vans and buses in front of their doors with reasonable fare. Every one will prefer to use this service instead of own car.
Mohammad Shafique, Sharjah, Pakistan
u can check el mamzer gate every day and u will see the traffic so is this a way to reduce the jam ...?
mina, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Like some of the comments from my friends here, I don't understand how this would reduce the traffic?
Amjad Khan, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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