Since the coronavirus epidemic began in 2020, this will be the third Eid. RTA has declared that public parking places around the city would be free of charge for Eid Al Adha across Dubai. Parking will be free from Friday, July 8 until Monday, July 11, 2022, according to Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority. The RTA announced free parking in Dubai on its social media channels and also that parking costs would reinstate on Tuesday July 12 2022.
Government Announces Free Parking Dubai And Sharjah For Eid Al Adha
Government employees will have off for a week during Eid Al Adha. Whereas, private sector employees will have their holidays from Friday, July 8 until Monday, July 11, 2022, based on when Eid begins. Further, revised public transport timings have also been announced on the account of the week-long holiday.
Timetable For Public Transport For Eid Al Adha
The ITC also stated that regular bus service would continue, and extra trips would be provided along the routes that were anticipated to see the greatest demand.
Customer service centres will remain closed from July 8 to July 11th 2022. Services will resume on 12 July 2022. However, the Smart Customers Happiness Centres at Umm Ramool and RTA Head Office will be working round the clock.