Urgent.. Updating the official speeds and controlling the radar in the streets of Dubai

Dubai Police updated their official website on the road speeds within the emirate, and the official Al Nahda Street speed reached 80 kilometers per hour and the radar detection speed was 101, as well as the streets of Damascus, Jerusalem, Tunis, Al Mina, Beirut, Zabeel II, the airport tunnel, Muscat Street, Al Khaleej, the airport, Nad Al Hamar and Umm Hurair Al Mankhool, Manama, Dubai Money, Algeria, Qarn Al Sabkha, and Seih Shuaib Street.

While the speed of Sheikh Khalifa Street reached 70 kilometers per hour and the speed of radar control was 91 kilometers per hour, as well as the streets of Jumeirah, Nad Al Sheba, Al Wasl, Umm Shaif, Al Manara, Al Athar, Al Thanya, Al Garden, Al Seef, Al Oroba and Al Abraaj Streets, King Salman Street (formerly Al Sufouh) and Al Manara Street. Al Sufouh 2, "Abdullah Omran Taryam", Casablanca Street, Mafraq,

The speed on Tripoli Street ranged from 90 to 100 kilometers per hour, depending on the region to which it extends, and the speed of the radar ranged from 111 to 121 kilometers per hour.

The speed on Amman Street varied from 60 to 80 kilometers per hour depending on the region, as well as the speed of radar settings from 81 to 101 kilometers per hour, as well as Oud Metha Street

The official speed limit on Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan Street was 100 kilometers per hour, and the speed of radar control was 121 kilometers per hour, as well as the streets of Al Khail, Al Yalayes, Al Awir, Expo "Al Kasarat previously", Al Ittihad, Ras Al Khor, Al Rabat, Al Khawaneej, and Al Omardi. , Sheikh Rashid, and ability.

Dubai Police set the speed of the "formerly transiting" Emirates Road at 110 kilometers per hour, and the speed of radar detection at 131 kilometers per hour, as well as Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road.

While the speed on Sheikh Zayed Road varied from 100 to 120 kilometers per hour according to the region, and the speed of radar settings varied from 121 to 141 kilometers per hour, as did Hatta General Street and Dubai Al Ain Street.

The official speed on Al Maidan Street ranged from 80 to 100 kilometers per hour, depending on the region, and the speed of radar settings ranged from 101 to 121 kilometers per hour, as well as Hessa Street.

The speed on Al-Asayel Street varied from 70 to 80 kilometers per hour, and the speed of radar settings ranged from 91 to 101 kilometers per hour, depending on the region.

While the speed on Tripoli Street varied from 90 to 100 kilometers per hour and the speed of radar control varied from 111 to 121 kilometers per hour depending on the region, while the speed on Umm Suqeim Street was set at 90 kilometers per hour and the speed of radar settings was 111 kilometers per hour. .