UAE traffic: Delays in the usual hotspots

There was some disruption on Thursday morning as commuters hit the road during morning rush hour

The country's roads will become busier on Sunday, September 2, as the new school year starts. Satish Kumar / The National
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A number of traffic delays have been reported in the usual hotspots of the country on Thursday morning as commuters hit the road during the morning rush hour.

Slow moving traffic was reported on the E311 Sheikh Moahmmed bin Zayed road towards Al Rashidiya area.

Tailbacks for southbound drivers on the E311 begin just before Sharjah border at the S11 intersection until Mirdif.

Traffic started to build up on Al Wahda Street towards Al Ittihad Street as it shows on the Waze Traffic App.

Delays were also experienced in Al Mamzar and Al Qusais areas towards Dubai.

Traffic seems to be smoother in the capital. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Street was reopened yesterday evening.