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The emirate of Abu Dhabi started collecting road tolls on 2 January 2021. Toll gates are located on the four bridges leading to the Abu Dhabi city:

  • Sheikh Zayed Bridge
  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Bridge
  • Al Maqtaa Bridge
  • Mussafah Bridge.

Activation of account on the toll system

If you own a vehicle or vehicles, you must set up and activate your account with ‘Darb’, the toll gate system, through the website of Darb or the ‘Darb’ mobile application available on App StoreGoogle Play and AppGallery.

Vehicles will be automatically identified by their plate number; you don’t need to stick a tag on the windshield.

Toll amount

  • A toll of AED 4 will be levied on every vehicle passing the gate during peak hours that will be 7 am to 9 am and from 5 pm to 7 pm from Saturday to Thursday
  • No fees will be levied during off-peak hours, and on Fridays and official holidays Exemptions from paying toll
  • Senior Emiratis, People of Determination, Emiratis with limited-income and retired Emiratis are exempted from paying the toll; the exemption is limited to one vehicle.
  • The toll system will automatically exempt these categories from paying toll if their vehicles are registered in Abu Dhabi.
  • Owners of vehicles registered in other emirates must log into their accounts to claim exemption. 

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