In an offer to turn out to be all the more environmentally well disposed, Dubai parking superintendents will soon at this point don’t be giving paper tickets to parking violators. On Sunday March 28, 2021, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will make the following stride in its paperless mission.
Rather than getting a paper ticket, violators will get a SMS message, just as an email to tell them that they have been given a parking fine. These two digital messages are regularly given related to the paper ticket presently.
RTA shared the news on its Twitter channel, announcing that “Beginning Sunday, March 28, all paper parking infringement will stop, and you will get paperless infringement by means of SMS and email all things considered, in another, all the more environmentally well disposed way. Kindly make a point to update your mobile number and email in your traffic record by calling 8009090.”
Not paying for your parking accompanies a fine of Dhs150, while surpassing the most extreme parking hours or neglecting to restore your tarrif will land you a Dhs100 fine. Parking illicitly, impeding or abusing a parking office will prompt a Dhs200 fine and unapproved utilization of extraordinary necessities parking space has a penalty of Dhs1,000.