Mahmoud Mousa Ali is no police officer but that does not prevent him from keeping a watch on suspicious happenings around him.
More than 367 million people used public transportat in Dubai last year, according to figures released yesterday by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). There were more than 109 million metro users, up from 69 million the previous year.
With the official opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi now just a few hours away, security is tight at the Black Sea resort. While the build-up to the games has been overshadowed by controversy over terror threats, gay rights and unfinished hotels, organisers hope the focus can now be on the sport.
Qatar Railways Company, which is overseeing the construction of Qatar’s integrated railway network, has showcased architectural opportunities for local suppliers to become involved with the Doha Metro station works.
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa) said short-term effects will see Dubai Airport slip behind London’s Heathrow Airport for the full year in 2014, but the upgrades will ensure that the emirate has the infrastructure and capacity required not only to become the largest international airport by 2015, but also maintain that position.
The 18th edition of the internationally acclaimed Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) will run from 3 January to 3 February 2013 it was announced by Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment (DEPE), the Dubai Government entity that organizes the famous event.
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Dubai metro HD video, January 2011
The debit card, launched in collaboration with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), is the first of its kind in the region and can be used for making payments on the RTA's transit network and at parking meters. The debit card was released following the success of Emirate NBD's Go4it credit card, which was launched last November. Existing customers using the Go4it credit cards can convert to the new debit card.
The second phase of Dubai Tour beings today which will pass through Dubai International Marine Club to Palm Jumeirah. The distance covered will be 188 kilometre
As if Dubai’s first airport, Dubai International Airport, wasn’t enough, the city is in the process of building a second airport, which is planned to be the biggest one in the world. This new airport, Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International in the southern part of the city, will ultimately be able to handle 160 million passengers a year by 2035.
The ambitious project of Metro Line – II would be the first mass transit project in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region which would directly connect different suburban parts – Western suburbs and Central suburbs. The proposed line for the Metro II would cover Charkop (situated at North-West), Bandra (situated at West and towards Central suburbs) up to Mankhurd.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that it has finalised the integration of its Red Ticket, which can now be used across all modes of public transport, including the Metro, public buses and the water bus. The [RTA] have finalised the upgrading of Nol Cards used in mass transit modes including the metro, public buses, and the water bus