Abu Dhabi road accidents down 19pc
Abu Dhabi, October 5, 2013
Abu Dhabi has recorded a sharp decline in the number of traffic accidents during the first nine months which fell by 19 per cent compared to the same period last year, said senior government officials.
The Traffic Co-ordinating Committee at the Ministry of Interior disclosed this at its meeting held under the chairmanship of Brigadier General Gaith Hasan Al Zaabi, the director general of Traffic Coordination Department at the Ministry of Interior.
During the meeting, the officials discussed the traffic status and also ways to tackle the issue of mobikes and the rise in the number of mishaps involving them.
Moreover, the meeting reviewed the registration mechanism of trailers and semi-trailers manufactured locally or imported; stressing the need to make sure that the trailer complies with the legal size and weight, according to the standard specifications and laws adopted in the state.-TradeArabia News Service
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