Abu Dhabi to resume public parking fees from July
Motorists can pay the Mawaqif fees electronically, using their smartphones or via ITC's Darb app
After a three-month long suspension of public parking fees, Abu Dhabi's Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) has announced that the fees will be resumed in the emirate, starting July 1.
The previous suspension of public parking fees was introduced as part of the emirate's support towards the society to brave the implications associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
ITC announces that public parking fees in #AbuDhabi will be resumed starting from Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 8:00 AM. That is after the 3-month suspension of the fees in support of the society during the challenging times of the spread of #coronavirus (COVID-19) ... pic.twitter.com/mV5ovAtGvl— "ITC" مركز النقل المتكامل (@ITCAbuDhabi) June 21, 2020
To adhere to the prescribed guidelines and to prevent the spread of the virus, the authority urged motorists to use electronic payment methods to pay for the public parking fees or Mawaqif fees using their smartphones or via ITC's Darb app.
Furthermore, ITC has instructed all public transport users to follow safety and hygeine measures such as social distancing, wearing of masks and use of sanitizers.