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Dedicated lanes to make bus travel a traffic-free experience
The Public Transport Agency (PTA) of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has suspended the old traditional payment system via paper tickets for bus services and introduced the Unified Fare Collection System (Nol cards) in all inter-city bus services from and to Dubai except to Abu Dhabi.
One of the busiest roads in Sharjah will be closed for almost three months from today as work to upgrade the emirate's motorway network begin. The Dh17.5 million project to extend Sheikh Mohammed Bin Saqr Al Qasimi Road, one of the main roads in the emirate, will take around 75 days, officials from the Sharjah Department of Public Works (DPW) announced.
The Sharjah Police received a number of complaints reporting theft of a number of buses form different areas in the emirate, including one owned by a hotel. During investigations, the police suspected four persons, including the owner of a second-hand autoparts shop.
According to a senior official, Sharjah Transport commuted 15,376 passengers in the first three months of the year. “This is basically due to the steady and punctual bus schedules in all stops and stations,” said Yusuf Hammadi, Manager of Sharjah Transport Office in the Eastern and Central regions.
The Sharjah Transport on Wednesday completed transferring three of its intercity public bus routes run from Al Rolla Square to a spacious nearby area. Sharjah Intercity Transport Manager Adel Khalil said the new area was used a public bus stop facility earlier.
The parking of some public buses has been changed from the front gate of Rolla Park in Sharjah to the opposite side of the same park, a few metres away. The affected buses are all inter city lines: 112 (going to Al Musalla station, Ajman), 113 (heading to Al Qusais, Dubai) and 114 (going to Hamriya Free Zone, Ajman).
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