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Sharjah Roads excludes 12 categories from paying toll gate fees
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Director of Legal Affairs at the Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority, Mohammed Al Zaabi, said that the Executive Council of the Emirate of Sharjah has increased the number of categories exempted from paying toll gate fees from nine to 12 categories.

Director of Legal Affairs at the Sharjah Roads and Transport Authority, Mohammed Al Zaabi, said that the Executive Council of the Emirate of Sharjah has increased the number of categories exempted from paying toll gate fees from nine to 12 categories.

Al-Zaabi explained, in press statements, that the categories included in the exemption are trucks that cross the traffic tariff gates within 12 hours of paying the traffic tariff at one of the gates, trucks that work for the benefit of the projects of Their Highnesses the Rulers, Crown Princes and Deputy Rulers, and trucks owned by local and federal government agencies. And trucks belonging to companies that implement projects of the initiatives of His Highness the President of the State from within the emirate, and trucks of companies that implement projects for local authorities, in addition to trucks transporting foodstuffs subsidized by His Highness the President of the State, trucks transporting medicines to government hospitals, and trucks transporting horses and camels. owned by individuals, water tanks for farm owners, and sewage tanks.

The exemption decision also included the trucks of the Sharjah Cooperative Society, the vehicles that have a prior reservation for the conference rooms inside the breakouts, and the vehicles owned by official delegations to visit the rest houses. The decision also includes any other categories proposed by the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Sharjah, and a decision is issued by the Council.