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The Licensing Agency at Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will auction nearly 500 exclusive vehicle number plates on April 29 and will continue for one week. Number plates of all categories, namely A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K will be auctioned online.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has opened Transactions Clearing Office for processing employees' transactions at its Head Office (1st floor, Drivers Services Center) as part of DTC's endeavours to provide new services to employees at nominal fees in a bid to raise their satisfaction rating.
Emarat’s petrol stations are back in business after delivery problems caused a four-day fuel shortage at stations across Dubai. Staff were forced to turn motorists away after a delayed fuel shipment halted supplies and saw pumps across the city run dry, but station managers said Thursday normal service had resumed.
FIA Vice President Mohammed Ben Sulayem believes the Superbus could be the shape of things to come in sustainable inter-city public transport, as an environmentally friendly system which helps reduce traffic congestion and road accidents.
The busiest part of the great Easter getaway was beginning today as people take advantage of the three public holidays in 10 days. Good Friday, Easter Monday, the Royal Wedding and the May Day bank holiday are offering workers the chance to go away for a long holiday without having to eat into their annual leave.
Living next door to the world's tallest building, the world's largest mall, the world's highest dancing fountain, the world's largest indoor gold souq and the world's only Armani Hotel, comes at a price. Brian Caldwell, a resident of the Old Town Island in Downtown Dubai is proud to call the area home.
In keeping with its drive to deliver excellent customer services and attain customers satisfaction, the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) in cooperation with Al Ain Mineral Water Co, has kicked off the selling of mineral water bottles in its taxi fleet in an initial trial phase covering 350 taxicabs comprising Airport Taxi fleet, for a 3 months period, following which the results and process of the project will be assessed.