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ArtBus 2017 welcomes design proposals from talented UAE artists

The eleventh edition of ArtBus is welcoming design proposals from talented nationals and UAE-based artists, for this artistic initiative that will run in Dubai...

Almost two million people use public transport on New Year’s Eve

DUBAI // The number of passengers using public transit on New Year’s Eve in Dubai reached 1,793,691, according to statistics released by the Roads...

Dubai gets a new fitness destination at Palm Jumeirah

Walk for fitness at Dubai's newly opened 11 km boardwalk by Nakheel Group at Palm Jumeirah opposite Atlantis hotel. (Video by Rahul Gajjar)

Opening two new bus routes and improves others November 2016

RTA’s Public Transport Agency, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has launched two new public bus routes from the start of this month namely: Route...

RTA to announce its 7th Cycle of Safety Awards

Source: The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the 7th Cycle of its Safety Awards 2015 that mainly focuses on inspiring RTA’s Stakeholders...


Dubai buses video 2015. Public transport

RTA launches promotional campaign to increase number of intercity bus passengers

The Public Transport Agency at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) launched a marketing and promotional campaign under the theme (Your Seats Make you Win Prizes), which aims at encouraging the various groups and classes of the public on utilizing Dubai bus to transport through the cities of Dubai and other emirates.

Dubai's RTA lifts 346.5m passengers in 2011

A total of 346.5 million passengers used public transport in Dubai last year, Mattar Al Tayer, chairman and executive director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced. The passenger figures compared with 332 million passengers lifted in 2010, a 4.3 percent rise, according to the figures released by the RTA's statistics section.

Testing times for Dubai taxi drivers

Dubai taxi drivers are being sent back to school to improve driving standards and customer service. Every driver in the emirate will undergo a 240-hour training course - and if they haven’t shaped up by the end of it, they could lose their jobs.