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70m riders used Dubai public buses in first half of 2016

RTA’s Public Transport Agency confirmed that public buses had lifted 70,732,502 riders, compared with 66,703,583 riders lifted during the same period in 2015. The...

Service timings during Ramadan

Source:  www.rta.ae The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the timings set for different services during the holy month of Ramadan covering customer service centers,...

Dubai introduces new speed-monitoring technology for public buses

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...

DUBAI BUSES JAN 2015

Dubai buses video 2015. Public transport

RTA revises public transport tariff

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.

Dubai-Sharjah bus fare up to Dh10, RTA confirms

Dubai: Commuters will have to shell out an additional Dh3 to travel between Dubai and Sharjah on public buses, following a hike announced by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of both Dubai and Sharjah.

RTA overhauls bus accident investigation procedures

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has upgraded several business process in key areas relating to the public transport in the context of efforts to realize its vision of Safe and Smooth Transport for All.

RTA announces service timings during Eid Al-Fitre holiday

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the service timings for availing different RTA services during the forthcoming Eid Al-Fitre holidays via customer service centers, paid parking zones, public buses, Dubai Metro, marine transit means, driving schools and vehicles' testing & registration centers.

Ibn Battuta-AD bus service to roll out

Finally, a bus route from Ibn Battuta Metro Station to Abu Dhabi will be started following constant calls from the public who had to go to faraway stations like Al Ghubaiba on the way to or from the capital. The Public Transport Agency of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) also inaugurated nine new internal bus routes within Dubai “to boost the bus transit network and keep up with the rising demand for mass transit means in general and public buses in particular.”

Dubai students' safety in focus as RTA amends rules for school...

Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) officials told Gulf News on Sunday that six months' notice have been given to schools to comply with the changes, following which the law will be implemented stringently from September 1. "According to the law [first issued in 2008], school buses cannot speed more than 80km/h, and must have RTA-approved speed control devices installed to ensure this," said Furat Ali Al Ameri, director of franchising and enforcement at the RTA's Public Transport Agency.

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