The Dubai Police General Command, in participation with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and the Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), as of late dispatched the “Give way in the Fast Lane” campaign.
The two-month traffic safety crusade is to bring issues to light among local area individuals and drivers on the significance of giving way in the extreme left lane (fast lane) and limiting its utilization to overtaking and crisis vehicles. It likewise features the significance of using indicators while changing lanes, just as the significance of keeping a protected distance between vehicles to maintain a strategic distance from collisions.
Lt. General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, applauded the job of the RTA as far as participation and significant level coordination with all concerned gatherings to upgrade the infrastructure of the Emirate of Dubai at different levels.
He accentuated the Dubai Police’s perception on strengthening working with the RTA to accomplish the goals pointed toward spreading happiness and enhancing the conviction that all is good and traffic safety among local area individuals. “The mission targets reaching the most significant level of traffic safety by controlling street safety and security, reducing mishaps and preventing forceful driving practices,” he added.
Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), said, “The mission is one of many joint occasions that the RTA and Dubai Police have led to accomplish the essential goal of maintaining traffic safety across Dubai by implementing methods and launching campaigns to inform street clients,” he added.
Al Tayer further expressed that the RTA had directed examinations and benchmarking with the best international practices in Germany, the United States of America and Australia on the appropriate utilization of the fast lane and speed limits on all streets across the emirate.
Al Tayer reaffirmed that the technical determinations for determining the speed limits on Dubai’s streets are the awesome the world, just as the educational plans accessible at the emirate’s driving training institutes contain clear and itemized exercises that underline keeping the left lane of the street empty with the exception of overtaking.
The “Give way in the Fast Lane” campaign, is essential for Dubai Police’s essential mindfulness campaigns that look to enchain the emirate’s safety and security.
Furthermore, the Ministerial Resolution No. (179) of 2017 on the Rules and Procedures for Traffic Control approves cops to give a Dhs400 and four dark points traffic fine against drivers who neglect to give way to vehicles coming from the back or the left half of the street.
Likewise Dhs400 traffic fine against drivers who neglect to keep a protected distance between their vehicles and the vehicle in front.