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How to travel in Dubai at a fraction of the cost

Safe, accessible and affordable public transport system is a key component of people's mobility and an essential part of a country's development. Today is 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,...

Free Wi-Fi at 50 Dubai bus stops

By Staff  www.khaleejtimes.com A contract has been awarded for the construction of 400 air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned bus shelters in Dubai. The project will be complete by...

Dh250 waiver in Delhi Private School transport fee

The annual transport fee of Dh2,500, of Delhi Private School (DPS) Dubai and Sharjah, has been reduced by Dh250 and a Dh500 concession has been granted for parents with three children studying in the school, after parents raised an uproar.

Dubai – Al Sufouh Tram Project (EN)

The Dubai Tram, connecting Dubai Marina to Burj-Al-Arab is due to open late 2014. Dubai is the first city in the Middle East to own this type of public transport.

Dubai Tram signs safety agreements

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed two cooperation agreements with the Directorate General of Civil Defence, and the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services regarding the development of areas served by the Dubai Tram through providing diverse ambulance and firefighting services and coping with accidents nearby the tramway and other areas in Dubai Emirate.

London’s iconic red double-decker bus on display at Abu Dhabi

The bus has been nicknamed “Boris Bus” after Mayor of London Boris Johnson. Johnson commissioned Wrightbus International, the UK-based bus manufacturer, in 2009 to build a cleaner and more efficient 21st century version of the Routemaster – London’s iconic red double-decker bus.

Tram will connect new Dubai residents socially

Residents living around communities to be covered by the 10.6 km tram line say they will use it mostly on weekends. The tram will begin operations in November 14. Testing for the first phase began last Sunday.

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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