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RTA displays a smart system to pay bus fare

The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai presently works on developing a Proof Of Concept (POC) initiative that enables the public to pay for...

3.4 billion nol processes recorded since start of operation in 2009

HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that the total number...

Delegation reviews experience of Netherlands and Germany in smart mobility &...

A delegation from the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently visited the Dutch capital Amsterdam, and the German city Stuttgart to  get familiarized...

Dubai. RTA opens 14 km-long Jumeirah Corniche

Source: The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will fully open the Jumeirah Corniche stretching 14 kilometers at the beach overlooking six residential communities starting...

Bus ride in Dubai with empty Nol card: What are your...

Imagine the scenario; you are on your way to that important interview, first day of work or meet up with friends. You hastily arrive at the bus stop just in time to catch the approaching bus. But as you step inside, the rejecting sound of the Nol card reader reminds you that the card is empty, and there is no vending machine nearby to do the top-up.

No more paper tickets on Dubai intercity bus trips

Since the turn of the year, paper bus ticket on intercity bus trips are no longer available as a payment method in Dubai. Instead, commuters are required to pay for the trip with a Nol card.

Double-check your NOL swipe as you check-in on Dubai buses

Divya, an Indian resident of Dubai was not aware of any wrongdoing, when she used her NOL card to pay for her bus trip. She even swiped her card twice; as she had not heard the confirming 'beep' that she was expecting to hear when she tried to check in the first time.

Increase in Nol card use reflects swell in public transport users

“More than one million different transactions are recorded on a daily basis by various types of Nol cards; which means that the number of public transport users, especially the metro, is constantly going up and the culture of using public transport systems in Dubai is spreading among various segments of the community.