Sharjah Police put an integrated traffic plan

Move to regulate traffic at the beginning of the new academic year 2012 - 2013

General Commander of Sharjah Police lays out new traffic plan to regulate traffic congestion in the new academic year.

The new plan is to regulate traffic on the internal and external roads leading to Sharjah city center and transit to other areas, in order to ensure smooth flow of traffic.

This action has been taken in the face of the anticipated increase in the number of vehicles and school buses plying on the road.

With the new academic year of 2012-2013 beginning from coming Sunday, traffic pressure on the streets of the city of Sharjah will increase.

Colonel shwaf Mohammed Abdul Rahman, Director of Traffic and Patrols at Sharjah Police, met with the heads of departments to discuss the most important branches for the start of the new academic year and decide mobilise mobile patrols and traffic sergeants on a number of tracks and crossing points.

The roads, which are high in traffic and expected to witness the intensity, due to the ongoing reforms have been identified by the authorities.

Alternative paths will continue business as usual during this period.

Sharjah Police urged all drivers, parents of students, staff and workers heading to their jobs to take precautions that would enable them to avoid accidents or causing obstruction and congestion of traffic.

They are requested to take into account the directives of traffic police and the instructions on the Ahawaa, the traffic signs fixed by the supervisor of the road projects

They should also mitigate the rates of speed; avoid overtaking wrongfully or infringing on other vehicles.

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