Toll gates to be introduced in Abu Dhabi

Effective October 15, road users entering Abu Dhabi Island will be charged every time they pass through a toll gate.

August 25, 2019

Toll gates have been installed at Al Maqta, Mussafah, Sheikh Zayed and Sheikh Khalifa bridges in the capital. Drivers will be charged Dh4 during the peak period of 7am to 9pm and 5pm to 7pm from Saturday to Thursday and Dh2 outside of these times. Charges will be capped at a maximum of Dh16 per day, regardless of the number of trips taken. If you are a LeasePlan Emirates client, you have nothing to worry about as usual. We will take complete care of managing the toll charges on your behalf and will send you a monthly invoice for any charges incurred along with supporting documentation. For any further inquiries, please contact your account manager or our driver hotline 800 DRIVER.

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