As the second day of Dubai Women's Tour gets underway, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) have cautioned motorists on the traffic around Al Badia area.
In an update on Twitter, the RTA said Nad Al Hamar and Ras Al Khor, as well as Hatta-Dubai roads, are likely to be affected during the three-hour ride.
The 2nd phase of the #DubaiWomensTour kicks off tomorrow, February 18, 2020, from 9:30 AM until 12:30 PM. Watch to discover the affected roads along the race track, between Dubai Festival City and Springs Souk.@dubaiwomenstour @DubaiPoliceHQ @DubaiSC pic.twitter.com/AA5NUaFkFv— RTA (@rta_dubai) February 17, 2020
The participants will begin 91-km race at Dubai Festival City and end at The Springs by noon.
As many as 17 teams from 14 different countries are taking part in the four-day competition that ends on February 20.
British cyclist Lucy van der Haar won the Stage 1 of the race on Monday.