The Emirate of Embassy of Abu Dhabi, affiliated with the Department of Local Government and Transport, announced the working hours of the Customer Happiness Centers, the time of application of parking fees, the “Darb” system for traffic charges and the working hours of public transport buses, during the Eid al-Adha holiday for the year 1443 AH (2022).
The center clarified that the customer pleasure centers throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi will be closed during the holidays, from tomorrow Friday, until the resumption of official working hours next Tuesday, and encourages customers to continue to receive the center’s services through the digital platforms that are available on its website www.itc.gov .ae, and the “Darb” and “Darbi” applications for smartphones, and by contacting the Service Support Center for the Department of Municipalities and Transport on toll-free number 800850, and the taxi service call center 600535353, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The center indicated that the fees for surface parking will be free from Friday to 6 p.m. 7:59 next Tuesday, and parking fees in the Mussafah M-18 truck parking lot will be free during the official Eid holiday.
The Integrated Transport Center noted the need not to park in forbidden places, not to impede the movement of vehicles and to stop properly in the places designated for parking, as well as not to stop in the places designated for residents from kl. . 21:00 until 8:00.
The Integrated Transport Center also announced that Darb charges will be free during the holiday, from Friday, and that the calculation of these charges will resume next Tuesday during normal peak hours, which are from 07:00 to 09:00 in the morning period and from 5.00 to 7.00 in the evening.
As for bus services with public transport in the emirate during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, the center stated that public bus transport services will run according to the usual schedule with an increase of 5 buses for suburban services, which will run during the evening rush hours between kl. travel across cities in relation to the expected demand for these services.
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