Partial Closure of Roads Near Hili Mall in Al Ain for Three Days

Abu Dhabi Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) confirmed that sections of Baniyas Street and Al Falah Street, both vital thoroughfares in the vicinity of Hili Mall, will be inaccessible to motorists during this period

Authorities in Al Ain’s Hili area have announced the partial closure of two crucial roads at an intersection near Hili Mall for a span of three days, commencing from Saturday, March 23, until 5 am on Monday, March 25.

In a statement released on Friday, the Abu Dhabi Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) confirmed that sections of Baniyas Street and Al Falah Street, both vital thoroughfares in the vicinity of Hili Mall, will be inaccessible to motorists during this period.


The closure aims to facilitate essential maintenance works and ensure the safety of commuters. As a consequence of the closure, traffic on these aforementioned roads will be diverted, necessitating motorists to exercise caution and adhere strictly to traffic regulations.

The ITC has provided a map delineating the affected areas to aid commuters in navigating alternate routes.

The decision to undertake maintenance activities underscores the commitment of local authorities to uphold the quality and safety standards of road infrastructure.

By proactively addressing maintenance needs, they aim to mitigate potential disruptions and enhance the overall commuting experience for residents and visitors alike.

Motorists are strongly advised to plan their journeys meticulously, taking into account the temporary road closures and diversions. Delays are anticipated during peak hours, and drivers are encouraged to allow for additional travel time to reach their destinations punctually.

Additionally, road users are urged to exercise patience and tolerance, as the temporary inconveniences are essential for the long-term benefit of road safety and infrastructure maintenance.


By complying with traffic regulations and following the guidance provided by authorities, commuters can contribute to smoother traffic flow and minimize the risk of accidents.

The closure of these roads near Hili Mall serves as a reminder of the ongoing efforts to uphold the integrity and functionality of the transportation network in Al Ain. It reflects a proactive approach to infrastructure management, aimed at ensuring the safety and convenience of all road users.

In light of these developments, residents and visitors are encouraged to stay informed about any updates or changes to traffic conditions.

Regular updates from the Abu Dhabi Integrated Transport Centre will provide valuable insights into the progress of maintenance works and any alterations to road access.

As the partial closure of Baniyas Street and Al Falah Street near Hili Mall takes effect, collaboration between authorities and the community remains paramount.

By working together to navigate these temporary disruptions, residents can contribute to the efficient execution of maintenance activities and the continued improvement of Al Ain’s transportation infrastructure.

In conclusion, the partial closure of roads near Hili Mall underscores the proactive approach of authorities in addressing maintenance needs and ensuring the safety of commuters.

By adhering to traffic rules, planning journeys carefully, and cooperating with authorities, residents can help minimize disruptions and contribute to a safer commuting environment.


This article was created using automation and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

Tariq Saeed


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