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By Staff  www.arabianbusiness.com Travel is expected to reach an all-time high at the end of this week for Emirates Airline, as visitors flock into Dubai...

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Dubai unveils new app for on-demand bus service

Dubai's transport authority is set to launch trials of a new bus on-demand service which will operate via a smart app. .@RTA_Dubai introduces Bus On-Demand...

Abu Dhabi private schools suspend after-school sports due to lack of compliant buses

A shortage of regulation-compliant school buses in Abu Dhabi has forced at least two private schools to cancel some after-school sports matches. Headmasters from Cranleigh...

Video: RTA tests new, bigger bus in Dubai

HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched the test run...

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RTA diverts company vehicles registration to smart channels from November

By RTA Dubai  www.rta.ae The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is set to divert the renewal of vehicles registration service for companies at customers service...

RTA workers took bribes to fake vehicle tests, court hears

Two data entry officers at the Roads and Transport Authority this morning denied taking bribes in exchange for forging official documents showing vehicles had passed testing. The two Iranians, a female defendant AB, 32, and SQ, 31, denied before the Dubai Criminal Court of First Instance taking nearly Dh13,500 to falsify the vehicles' test results.

Taxi driver jailed for raping passenger

A taxi driver was sentenced to five-year imprisonment on Tuesday for raping a British woman passenger in his cab after giving her a ride to her villa in the Springs. The 48-year-old Pakistani driver earlier denied the charge in the court.

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Dubai Airport Freezone receives ISO 20000:2005

In a confirmation of its focus on improving customer service and maintaining international standards, the Dubai Airport Freezone became one of three organizations in Dubai to receive the coveted ISO 20000:2005 certification.