Four-wheeled vehicles in capital Male’ City have been restricted to one-way travel on main road Majeedhee Magu at certain times.
The police service stated that, from May 9, four-wheeled vehicles will only be able to travel one way on the main road, from 8am to 2pm.
These changes were made due to the close proximity to school closing times and the transport of goods in the capital city.
Mudhaa ufulaa gadithakaai school thah nimey gadi aai dhimaave, Majeedheemagu ge traffic baaru boduvaathee, 9th May 2019 vana dhuvahun feshigen komme rasmee dhuvahehge 08:00 to 1400 hrs ah Majeedhy magu Hulhangun Irah, 4 wheelers ah one-way kuraane vaahaka dhannavan.— Maldives Police (@PoliceMv) May 8, 2019
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