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The Beavercreek city council on Monday night unanimously rejected the Greater Dayton RTA’s application for three bus stops along Pentagon Boulevard near the Mall at Fairfield Commons making some residents happy while others claimed discrimination.
The Power Rationalising Team at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has developed clear-cut plans to cut power consumption across RTA agencies in line with Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) and the Dubai Government championed cause.
After nearly six years working as a maid, Seble Gezahheng decided last year to hang up her gloves and throw in the tea towel for a silver Nissan Tiida. Ms Gezahheng, from Ethiopia, is one of only a handful of women in the capital to drive a regular silver taxi cab. And she does so by choice.
A Dh15 taxi ride from BurJuman to the Gold Souq nearly ended up costing Patricia Nsanze all her savings. In Dubai on holiday with her husband Arthur Semaana, Nsanze dropped her wallet on the floor of a National Taxi at 8pm on March 21. Inside were multiple credit and ATM cards, identity cards, social security, health and insurance cards, a UK driver's licence, over a thousand dirhams, hundreds of dollars and thousands of African shillings.
Dr. Aysha Al Busmait, Director of Customer Service and Chairwoman of Women Committee at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has recently received a delegation of the Women Committee at Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), headed by its Chairwoman Khawla Muhairi, in order to familiarize themselves with the expertise of RTA's Women's Committee and its key achievements over the past years, particularly as it had been established 2007 and gained sufficient expertise rendering it capable of assuming a leading role in communicating with women's institutions across the UAE in general and within Dubai in particular.
To obtain competitive advantages, "getting more for less" is seen gaining more concerns across the board members in majority of the companies involve in fleet management. Specifically created to address the latest issues and challenges, the forum will discuss wide-ranging topics on the latest approaches and technologies in fleet operations such as ways to increase operational efficiencies, methods to maximise the use of resources, safety and security aspects, and much more.
THE new Directory of Outdoor Ads has been endorsed by the Dubai Municipality, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and the Dubai Police. Placing of the aerial ads “will be subjected to a string of standards and various conditions and that these ads have to be placed at specific areas in such a way that they do not undermine the traffic safety,” said the authorities.
Record crowds are expected as the anticipation builds towards the Dubai World Cup, just five days away. Frank Gabriel Jr, CEO of the Dubai Racing Club, has his fingers crossed the punters will flock to the Meydan Racecourse and has also promised better transport after the meeting.
The second phase of introducing dedicated bus and taxi lanes in Dubai will take place in the second half of this year, transport chief Mattar Al Tayer said on Monday. The chairman and executive director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said phase two will see 1km of Naif Road and 1km of Al Ittihad Road being changed to help the flow of public transport.