Dubai Police on Thursday announced new speed limits on certain roads across the emirate.
According to Colonel Saif Al Mazroui, the Director of the General Directorate of Traffic at Dubai Police, the speed limit from the first interchange of the Dubai-Al Ain road right up to the Al Ain border has been fixed at a 100km/hr with the radar limit being set at a 120km/hr.
Previously the speed limit on Dubai-Al Ain was 120km/hr and the radar speed limit was 140km/hr.
On Umm Suqeim, motorists will have to be more cautious as the speed limit has been reduced from 110km/hr to 100km/hr.
On Dubai Police Academy flyover located on the Sheikh Zayed road heading towards Al Marabe’ traffic light is 80km/hr with the radar speed limit at 100km/hr.
A few roads in Oud Metha and Al Qudra Road have a speed limit of 90km/hr, with a radar setting of 111km/hr.
Al Sufouh Road too will see a lower speed limit of 60km/hr, and a radar speed limit of 80km. Previously, it was 80km/hr with a radar limit of 100km/hr.