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Free bus services announced in Abu Dhabi

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

Road to Safety: Bus-only lanes will make capital’s roads better for...

ABU DHABI // The introduction of bus-only lanes, upgrading 40 bus stations and creating pedestrian access will make public transport services more attractive, ease...

Hyperloop, self-driving cars, 3D organ printing to pioneer future of Dubai

With 2,274 applications from 73 countries and less than two per cent of them making the final cut, the Dubai Future Accelerators has announced...

Many Abu Dhabi commuters still suffering from summer heat while waiting...

Abu Dhabi: To the dismay of commuters, many bus shelters across Abu Dhabi remain without shade and air-conditioning despite the sweltering summer heat.

RTA public bus fare is more cost effective than Europe

Over the past year, the growth rate in using the public bus service has increased by more than 7% and achieved over 110 million passengers till November 2013, while the total passengers for 2013 are expected to exceed 120 million.

A better ride to work

For instance, bus riders going to Musaffah from Dubai must first come into Abu Dhabi. That takes two hours. They then must take bus No 100 to reach Musaffah, which takes 20 to 30 minutes. Better would be a direct bus from Shahama to Mohammed Bin Zayed City, or even direct buses from Dubai.

Sharjah Transport Corporation (STC)

A new bus station, new community facilities and a park designed like a maze are part of the newly unveiled master plan for the Shahama and Bahia neighbourhoods. The first to be developed by the Urban Planning Council (UPC) in line with the capital's Vision 2030 plan, the revitalisation project will ensure that the outlying communities meet the Government's vision for the emirate.

Abu Dhabi to add 50km of bus lanes

The bus lanes, which will be marked with special paint on the road, are expected to cut bus journey times by up to 15 minutes, and preliminary results from the study show that the impact on other traffic is expected to be minimal. Work will begin in the next three months and is expected to be completed by next year.