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3.4 billion nol processes recorded since start of operation in 2009

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HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that the total number...

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RTA completes construction of 3 bus stations at Al Jaffiliya, Al Qusais and Deira

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The new stations are a further addition to Al Ghubaiba Bus Station, which was opened in the final quarter of last year.

Dubai Culture and Dubai Future Foundation launch Emirati Futurism Award

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The Emirati Futurism Award is open to all citizens and residents of the UAE.

Free bus services announced in Abu Dhabi

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The initiative coincides with the launch of "Darb" — the Abu Dhabi Toll Gate System

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Five killed in horror Dubai bus-truck crash

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Dubai: Five people were killed and four injured in Dubai when a bus and a truck crashed on Al Rabat street in the Al...

Dubai’s main National Day event on Dec 1

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The committee reviewed the arrangements made to accommodate a large number of people in the area, including a vast plot of land for parking vehicles and signboards directing the public to the venue. The committee also discussed the ways to encourage people to use the public transport modes, especially Metro Green Line at Al Ghubaiba Bus Station, which is close to the venue.

Dubai introduces new speed-monitoring technology for public buses

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Source:  www.itsinternational.com Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has upgraded the automatic vehicle monitoring (AVM) system used to monitor the movement of buses by introducing...

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Gulf states bet billions on soaring airport demand

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Gulf countries are channelling billions of dollars into airport expansions, betting on a sharp rise in passenger traffic and competing to strengthen their positions as regional hubs for global travel. "We are trying to catch up with demand. We are not overspending," said Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, the chairman of Dubai Airports and the emirate's fast-growing carrier Emirates Airlines, to justify the vast amounts being poured into the sector.