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Announced in the heady days of 2008, the Al Sufouh Tram project was a casualty of the downturn and the project gathered dust for two years. But the ambitious public transit system has rebounded and the first trams will start rolling next year.
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The Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) of Saudi Arabia has hired TransCore, which installed the Salik system in Dubai, to design and implement an advanced traffic control system to improve the flow of traffic for the seven million people living in Riyadh.
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The fares for public bus services across Abu Dhabi will be increased by up to 100 per cent as of November 1 to stop misuse of the network, a senior official told Gulf News on Wednesday. The automated service is planned to be similar to the Nol card system on Dubai’s Metro where a card is scanned showing when passengers enter and leave stations and the distance they travel.
The project is located above Ittihad Station, intended to support mass transit efforts
"The exterior signage at Trump International Golf Club, Dubai was temporarily removed on Tuesday for a short period of time, however, the signage is back up," the Trump Organization said in a statement.
Parking will be free in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah on Sunday and Monday, transport authorities have announced. Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that parking will be free at all paid parking zones, except for Deira Fish Market and Dubai Media City.
It’s fast, it’s reliable and it is here to stay. Wifi services recently introduced on some Dubai-Abu Dhabi buses will become a permanent feature from next year, a senior Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official said. The service is currently available on five buses after being launched on a trial basis but will soon be extended to five more buses.
Dubai Airports chief executive Paul Griffiths talks to Phil Blizzard about the development plans for the newly opened Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central which could see passenger numbers topping 200 million per year.