Dubai Police has announced that for motorists passing through Dubai to other emirates, radars will not be activated for violating restrictions, provided they use inter-emirates roads and do not stop in Dubai, according to a post by Dubai Media Office.
The move comes as part of Dubai’s wide-reaching COVID-19 coronavirus preventative measures.
Inter-emirates roads include Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311) and Emirates Road (E611).
The update follows announcements from Dubai Police that radar violations recorded in Dubai from yesterday (Saturday April 4) through today (Sunday April 5), will be cancelled. However, going forward anyone who wishes to leave their home must obtain a movement permit to avoid fines and potential legal action.
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@dubaipolicehq:Radar fines imposed against violators of traffic restrictions in Dubai from (April 4) until today (April 5), will be waived.Going forward, anyone who wishes to go out must obtain a movement permit to avoid fines & legal action. To apply: dxbpermit.gov.ae/permits
For more information on who requires a movement permit and how to apply, click here.