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Arabian Automobiles, the exclusive dealer of Nissan, Infiniti and Renault in Dubai and the northern emirates has launched the UAE's first 24-hour service facility. The new facility located in Al Aweer aims to service 300 cars a day and accommodate the company's predicted double digit growth over the next year as well as its increased fleet servicing business it will complete for RTA, Dubai and Sharjah taxi's.
In its 21st session, the Customers' Council at Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) discussed with the Licensing Agency's customers and representatives of driving schools in Dubai a number of important issues capturing the attention of various community members.
By Dina Aboul Hosn gulfnews.com Speed on the road does kill, but only when accompanied by other factors, Dubai's top traffic authority said on Tuesday. "If...
A young brother and sister have died after their mother crashed her car while speeding. The 18-month-old boy and his four-year-old sister, who were not restrained in child car seats, died in the horrific crash on the Dubai-Hatta Road on Saturday night - their two siblings suffered serious injuries, while the mother and two other women suffered minor injuries.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the completion of linking 300 signalised junctions with the Central Light Traffic Control System; which represents about 75 per cent of light signals in Dubai.
Speed limits on Dubai’s internal roads as well as highways will be revised by the end of June, local daily Khaleej Times reported on Wednesday. The Gulf emirate’s RTA and TRA have been considering several proposals to improve road safety for the last one year.
The Public Transport Agency, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) became the first Middle Eastern entity to obtain the internationally acclaimed Assets Management Certification of Conformity to the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 55 assessment awarded by the British SGS Group.
Speed limits on Dubai roads — both internal as well as highways — would be revised according to a new manual to be released by the end of June, Khaleej Times has learnt. A special team at the RTA's Traffic and Roads Agency (TRA), in association with Dubai Police, has been studying various proposals to enhance road safety over the past year