Dubai.. Floating Bridge in Dubai will be closed today. Payment is made to carry out repair works lasting 5 weeks. Dubai RTA informed that traffic will be diverted via Maktoum, Infinity and Garhoud Bridges and pilgrims should be careful. It has been decided to open Mamsar Street exit for vehicles coming from Etihad Street.
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The traffic pattern in this area will be as follows from today.
If you are coming to Dubai from Sharjah via Etihad Street, you should go via Mamsar exit. The Infinity Bridge can be accessed via Khaleej Street, Cairo.
While going to Barduba from Deira via Al Khaleez Street, you have to use the Infinity Bridge to cross.
Those traveling from Sharjah to Burduba via Etihad Road should take the Infinity Bridge via Cairo and Khaleej Street. Or go through Garhud and Maktum Bridges.
Those going to Deira from Barduba via Khalid Bin Al Waleed Street should go via Maktoum Bridge or Infinity Bridge.
Those going to Deira via Sheikh Zayed Road should go via Garhood, Maktoum, Infinity Bridge or Business Bay Crossing.
Those going to Deira via Oud Mehta Road should go via Maktoum Bridge or Garhood Bridge.
Those going to Deira from Al Riyadh Street should go via Maktoum Bridge.
Those traveling between Burdubai and Deira should travel via Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road.
Chance of showers and thunderstorms
The Central Meteorological Department has informed that there is a possibility of rain with thunder and lightning at isolated places till April 20 in Kerala. As thunderstorms are dangerous, one should avoid standing in open areas in case of lightning symptoms.
The alert of the State Disaster Management Authority states that the electricity connection of household appliances should be disconnected and proximity to electrical appliances should be avoided.
The National Oceanic Survey and Research Center has informed that there is a possibility of 0.5 to 1 meter high wave and storm surge along Kerala coast tomorrow (April 17) till 12 midnight. In this situation, the State Disaster Management Authority has issued a warning to fishermen and coastal residents.
There is a warning to ensure the safety of fishing vessels and equipment and avoid trips to the beach and recreation at sea.
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