Abu Dhabi police told Emirates Al-Youm that Hadeer radar systems, which will soon be deployed on the streets of the emirate, will monitor violations of the rights of pedestrians at crosswalks and will be punished for not giving priority to crossing for their transition, worth 500 dirhams and 6 points. Black according to the law of traffic and federal traffic.
Penalties for “reckless drivers who do not respect the rights of pedestrians and do not endanger their lives were tightened in three other violations: violation of parking rules at a pedestrian crossing, a fine of 500 dirhams size 400 dirhams.
The first phase of the plan includes the installation of a “Hazeer” at pedestrian crossings near schools and high-density facilities, to establish safety and security values, as well as to create a safe environment and enhanced opportunities that help protect road users from various types of risks.
Statistics of road accidents in Abu Dhabi show that the lack of priority for crossing pedestrians is one of the main causes of road accidents.