Where are the Abu Dhabi road toll gates?

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Where are the Abu Dhabi road toll gates?

Abu Dhabi road tolls were announced in 2019 and have now been set up in the UAE capital.

In March 2020 we were told that the tolls would remain free for the remainder of 2020.

Emiratis over 60, people of determination, limited-income Emiratis and Emirati retirees are already exempt from charges, as well as licensed taxis, tow trucks, public buses and school buses.

There are four toll gates in total, located at four bridges, taking traffic into and out of Abu Dhabi city.

The tolls are located at Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Bridge, Al Maqtaa Bridge and Mussafah Bridge.

Drivers who are on the roads on Abu Dhabi island not passing through gates will not be charged.

In addition, those on Yas Island, Khalifa City A, Al Raha Beach and the surrounding areas, not travelling to Abu Dhabi island, will not have to pay tolls.

Dhs4 will be charged every time a vehicle passes through one of the gates during peak times, which are between 7am and 9am and 5pm and 7pm Saturday to Thursday.

During off-peak hours and public holidays, there will be no fee for passing through the gates.

A maximum fee of Dhs16 will be charged each day, so drivers passing through four or more toll gates each day at peak times will not be charged more than the daily maximum.

Drivers with vehicles registered in Abu Dhabi will automatically be enrolled in the toll gate system, meanwhile driver with vehicles registered in other emirates will have to create an account.
For more information on Abu Dhabi road tolls, click here.

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