Radars set to 121km/hr along Al Raha Beach

The speed limit will help prevent all the causes that lead to traffic accidents

09 Gulf News

Abu Dhabi: The Directorate of Traffic and Patrols has urged motorists using both sides of Al Raha Beach to exercise caution, reduce speed and respect speed limits indicated on the signs along the construction detours.

The speed limit will help prevent all the causes that lead to traffic accidents, resulting in deaths and serious injuries.

Radars will be set to 121 kilometres/hour in both directions from Al Qanat Bridge (the Channel Bridge) to Shaikh Zayed Bridge, to catch speed violators.

The policy of increasing traffic regulation aims to ensure the safety of the drivers, and promote compliance with laws, leading to reduced speeds. High speeds pose risks to the driver as well as others on the road.

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its good, is possible to reduce from 120 to 100, then they can give 20grace speed, like 100 is the speed limit and grace speed is 20.otherwise driver has to monitor the speed every minute, right

jaleel

9 February 2014 19:51jump to comments

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