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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.
Dubai taxi drivers are being sent back to school to improve driving standards and customer service. Every driver in the emirate will undergo a 240-hour training course - and if they haven’t shaped up by the end of it, they could lose their jobs.
Drivers don't tell passengers about Dubai crossover charge at the outset. Residents continue to voice reservations about the taxi service in Sharjah with many taxi drivers not informing passengers in advance of the Dh20 charge that applies to inter-emirate trips to Dubai and back.
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.
With the fifth edition of Art Dubai and Sharjah Biennial 10 taking place this March, art lovers in the UAE are in for a visual treat. Complementing the high profile art events that attract global talent, the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) is supporting the ArtBus, which makes its return for the fifth consecutive year.
The Ministry of Interior announced the start of the traffic system link and unified federal licensing project with the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai (RTA) to renew the driving licence and vehicle registration nationwide with effect from early March.