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Six Qatar Roads Will Be Under The Scanner On Thursday

Mobile radars have been installed at six spots in Qatar to ensure there is no traffic violations on the road. Drivers travelling on these six roads – Airport Road(100km/hr), Salwa(120km/hr), Al Dafna (80km/hr), Dukhan-Shahaniya (120km/hr), Shamal Highway (120km/hr) and F Ring Road (100km/hr) – are expected to stay under the speed limit …

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Yellow Box Crackdown To Continue To Reduce Accidents

In a bid to reduce accidents and ease traffic flow, the General Traffic Department (GTD) will continue its crackdown on yellow box violators. The department has decided to install more cameras at intersections to detect traffic violations. Lieutenant Fahad al Abdallah, Head of Traffic awareness department at GDT, said,”The department …

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Mobile Radars To Monitor Seven Roads On Wednesday

Mobile radars have been installed at seven Qatar roads today to ensure there is no traffic violations by the drivers. People travelling on these roads – Airforce Street (100km/hr), Salwa (120km/hr), Al Waab (80km/hr), Dukhan-Shahaniya (120km/hr), Shamal Highway (120km/hr), Orbital Highway (120km/hr) and Al Dafna (80km/hr) – are expected to stay under the speed limits and maintain …

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Beware Of Mobile Radars On These Qatar Roads

Mobile radars will be monitoring five Qatar roads today to ensure there is no traffic violations by the driveres. People travelling on these five roads – Al Wakra (80km/hr), Salwa (120km/hr), Dukhan-Shahaniya (120km/hr), Shamal Highway (120km/hr) and Al Dafna (80km/hr) – are expected to stay under the speed limits and follow the traffic rules. The …

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Stay Under Speed Limits On These Roads Today

Mobile radars have been installed at six spots in Qatar today to ensure there is no traffic violations. Drivers travelling on these roads – Airport Road (100km/hr), Salwa (120km/hr), Al Dafna (80km/hr), Dukhan-Shahaniya (120km/hr),  Shamal Highway (120km/hr) and F-Ring Road (100km/hr) – are expected to stay under the speed limits. The cameras will also capture …

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Traffic Violations To Be Monitored On These Roads On November 15

Mobile radars will be installed at seven spots in Qatar to make sure the traffic violations are monitored. People driving on these roads – Shamal Highway (120km/h), Salwa Road (120km/h), Dukhan-Shahaniya (120km/h), Orbital Highway (120km/h), Airforce Street (100km/h), Al Dafna (80km/h) and Al Waab (80km/h) – are expected to stay under …

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Shell Roundabout To Turn Into An Intersection In Al Wakrah

Shell roundabout in Al Wakrah will be converted into an intersection with traffic lights in the first quarter of 2018 in order to ease the flow of traffic on the Wakrah road. The roads leading to the new intersection will be expanded. The work needs 4 months and will be …

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Hamad Airport Traffic Drops As A Result Of Gulf Crisis

The passenger traffic at Hamad International Airport (HIA) has reduced considerably due to the Gulf crisis, the latest government figures revealed. The Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics (MDPS) report of August showed that the Traffic dropped 18 percent year-on-year in June. However, it should also be noted that June …

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Ashghal Unveils Signal-Controlled TV Intersection To Public

The newly completed and redeveloped Ali Bin Abi Talib Abi Talib Street in New Slata and the signal-controlled intersection in place of the old TV Roundabout was officially opened to public by Ashghal on Tuesday. The opening was held in the presence of Brigadier Mohamed Abdul Rahim Marafia, director of …

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Ashghal Launches More Projects To Reduce Traffic Woes

In order to ease out traffic flow across the country, the Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ announced the completion of the second and final phase of Ali bin Abi Talib Street development project in New Slata, in addition to converting the TV Roundabout to a signal-controlled intersection. The two projects will …

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