Motorists in Abu Dhabi will have to pay new road toll charges from October 15 this year, transport officials have announced.
The scheme, similar to Dubai’s Salik system which has been in place since 2007, will be rolled out across the UAE capital at four tollgates.
The cashless system will be set up so drivers are automatically charged electronically.
Motorists travelling through Al Maqtaa, Mussafah, Sheikh Zayed and Sheikh Khalifa bridges will be charged Dh4 during morning and afternoon rush hours between Saturday and Thursday. Peak hours are between 7am and 9am and 5pm and 7pm.
Meanwhile, at off-peak times, as well as all day on Fridays and during public holidays, the toll will reduce to Dh2 for every pass of a gate.


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