UAE traffic: Slow across a number of roads in Sharjah

There were only a couple of problem spots in Dubai, while traffic was moving well in the capital

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates - February 9th, 2018: Traffic in Sharjah on the 311. Friday, February 9th, 2018. Sharjah. Chris Whiteoak / The National
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There were tailbacks in many of the usual problem spots in Sharjah this morning.

The Sharjah Ring Road was slow in sections, including past Sharjah Industrial Area Eight, as well as where it links to Beirut Street. The problems continued on Beirut Street up to Dubai Cattle Market.

Third Industrial Street was also slow approaching Beirut Street and it was slow, as usual, on the E311 Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, starting before Al Thiqah Club for the Handicapped, past National Paints and running right up to Dubai International Airport.

There were also tailbacks on the S116 Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Street, starting in Sharjah Industrial Area Four up to Sharjah Graveyard. It was also slow on sections of D97 Amman Street, as well as D95 Baghdad Street approaching the junction with Amman Street.

And there were delays on the E11 Al Ittihad Street, from the Adnoc garage up to Dubai International Airport.

In Dubai, there were tailbacks on sections of D61 Hessa Street, where it joins D54 Sheikh bin Hamdan Al Nahyan Street and further up past the Enoc garage.

Traffic was moving well in the capital.


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