The fares for public transport in Dubai have been revised and will come into effect on November 11, coinciding with the launch of Dubai Tram.
Motorists in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman do not have to pay parking fees on Thursday on the occasion of Isra Wal Miraj, the RTA in Dubai and municipalities of the emirates said.
The Sharjah Transport on Wednesday completed transferring three of its intercity public bus routes run from Al Rolla Square to a spacious nearby area. Sharjah Intercity Transport Manager Adel Khalil said the new area was used a public bus stop facility earlier.
By Sneha May Francis www.emirates247.com Dysfunctional AC bus shelters in Dubai will soon be a thing of past. The emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) says there...
H.E. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), stated that the shrewd vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, enabled the Dubai Emirate to thrive and prosper like no other city in the region, rendering it a creative city punctuated with investment projects spanning airports, ports, rail and transport systems.
There was no vroom vroom when the Superbus, a combination of aerospace and Formula 1 technology, finally hit the roads in the Captial on Monday. The superfast vehicle was at a snail’s pace on Monday as it trudged only up to 40kmph
In preparation for celebrations of the New Year (2017), the Roads and Transport Authority has mapped out a comprehensive plan for the traffic movement...
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Saturday announced the...
The annual transport fee of Dh2,500, of Delhi Private School (DPS) Dubai and Sharjah, has been reduced by Dh250 and a Dh500 concession has been granted for parents with three children studying in the school, after parents raised an uproar.
Imagine the scenario; you are on your way to that important interview, first day of work or meet up with friends. You hastily arrive at the bus stop just in time to catch the approaching bus. But as you step inside, the rejecting sound of the Nol card reader reminds you that the card is empty, and there is no vending machine nearby to do the top-up.
One of the busiest roads in Sharjah will be closed for almost three months from today as work to upgrade the emirate's motorway network begin. The Dh17.5 million project to extend Sheikh Mohammed Bin Saqr Al Qasimi Road, one of the main roads in the emirate, will take around 75 days, officials from the Sharjah Department of Public Works (DPW) announced.