Darb Toll Gate Abu Dhabi is a manned toll gate on the E11 coastal road next to Khalifa City. It was launched in late 2011 and is run by Abu Dhabi Police.
The toll at Darb Toll Gate for a private car will be Dh2 exclusive of the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) application fee. An automated payment system is in place at the gate for non-Etc registered users. The ETC fee is not applicable to Abu Dhabi Police cars, emergency vehicles or public buses
It charges Dh2 road toll per passenger vehicle travelling from Khalifa City A to Mussafah Industrial Area in Abu Dhabi.
The gates are open between 4 am and 10 pm daily and drivers can enter or exit Abu Dhabi through the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Highway (E11) until 10 pm.
The greatest was officially launched by Lt Gen Mohammed Khalfan Al Rumaithi, Commander-in-Chief of Abu Dhabi Police, in late 2011
The toll fees collected at Darb Toll Gate are shared equally between Abu Dhabi Municipality, Department of Transport and Abu Dhabi Police.
On an opening day, the toll for private cars was Dh2 plus ETC fee (if not registered) or including ETC fee (if registered), while buses paid Dh10 per passenger, trucks Dh20 per axle and minibuses Dh5 per passenger. The ETC fee was Dh1 per journey
The toll at Darb Toll Gate is considered as one of the cheapest in the UAE, with Abu Dhabi’s other toll gates such as Sir Bani Yas and Al Wathba charging more than Dh8 for private cars.
Darb Toll Gate Rechargeable Card
The automated payment system is in place at the gate for non-ETC registered users. The ETC fee is not applicable to Abu Dhabi Police cars, emergency vehicles or public buses
Darb Toll Gate was opened as part of a project aimed at reducing traffic jams and commuting costs for drivers. Bani Yas Road and Mohammed bin Zayed Road were the first roads to have such gates.