Paid parking to resume in Dubai from Sunday; here are the timings

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The RTA has taken all precautionary measures to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers.

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that the public parking fees will resume back to normal, starting from Sunday, April 26.

“Starting Sunday 26 April, public parking will be a paid service from 8am to 6pm, and from 8pm until 12midnight,” RTA said in a tweet.

The move comes after the Dubai’s Higher Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management announced a partial relaxation of the movement restrictions in the emirate on Thursday evening to mark the holy month of Ramadan.

The RTA also said it will resume the Dubai Metro and public buses services at their normal fares starting Sunday, although passengers will have to observe preventive and proactive health measures, including maintaining physical distance from others and wearing face masks.

Combating coronavirus: Dubai Metro, public bus and taxi services to resume on Sunday

The ongoing protective health measures for taxi rides will continue to be in place, such as limiting the number of riders to two at the back seat and maintaining isolators between the driver and passengers.

Buses and taxis will operate according on normal fares, RTA said.

The RTA has taken all precautionary measures to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers.

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