In an e-mail sent out to parents, the company highlights the do’s and don’ts for children. “Students are expected to adhere to this Bus Behaviour Code. Let us work together to keep them safe and happy, while coming to and going home from school. Parents discussing these expectations with their child at home will be very helpful!” reads the e-mail.
Dubai: Public bus occupancy in Dubai in the first four months of this year has gone up to 42.6 per cent compared with 39.3 per cent in the same period last year, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced.
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
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Many passengers still cough up over Dhs10 on a taxi trip from places such as Al Wahda Road to Jubail Bus Terminal for a service already put in place by the Sharjah Transport Corporation (STC). From April 1, the STC Inter City bus management announced they had opened up ticket selling points on various bus stops within the city for passengers enroute to Dubai.
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Dubai will be more affordable than ever this summer with the Emirates Airline global ‘Summer Smiles’ campaign. Running until 30 September, the promotion coincides with Dubai’s ‘Global Kids Go Free in Dubai’ campaign and Dubai Summer Surprises, when Dubai stores have summer sales.
However, the middle-aged people – between 26 and 45 – are still the primary users of public transport with a share of 63 per cent. RTA is trying its best to woo the younger people on the public transport bandwagon, which includes both buses and metro. Among its initiatives to attract students and youngsters is the recent launch of student pass.
Road works are giving prestigious New Dubai a bad reputation, said residents, complaining that they are never-ending. Progress with road works is obvious in and around The Springs and Meadows, but there seems to be no end to construction works on roads and roundabouts around The Lakes, Meadows, Al Barsha and Tecom.
The Public Transport Agency (PTA) of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has suspended the old traditional payment system via paper tickets for bus services and introduced the Unified Fare Collection System (Nol cards) in all inter-city bus services from and to Dubai except to Abu Dhabi.
A fine of Dh600 will be issued to motorists not adhering to rules regarding bus lanes on Al Mamzar and Al Ghubaiba Roads starting...