Limited-term permits for parking spaces in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain

Limited-term permits for parking spaces in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain
Limited-term permits for parking spaces in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain

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Abu Dhabi introduces a limited-term Mawaqif parking permit for companies and individuals in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.

The residents can apply for the permit online and it can be used in standard public parking spaces, marked with black and blue paint.

The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) of Abu Dhabi said the permit allows regular users of public parking to use the spaces without making payment for every use.


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Permits can be issued for a month, three months, six months or 12 months. The fees for a monthly permit costs AED391, AED1,174, AED2,348, and AED4,695 respectively.

The permit is only eligible for standard parking spaces. It cannot be used in resident, villa areas or premium parking spaces marked with white and blue paint.

Mail delivery companies and service providers may also apply for the permit for their fleets.              

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