With the recent launch of the Dubai Metro and plans to set up Abu Dhabi and Etihad trains, the UAE and the rest of the Gulf region have stepped into a new unique era of development that signals their determination to develop their basic infrastructures and sustain their current economic growth rates.
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A delegation from the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), in cooperation with the Dubai Health Authority, visited Al Saada School for Basic Education where it acquainted about 50 girls with‘Read More’ initiative; which is one of the key community-oriented initiatives rolled out by the RTA with the aim of encouraging students to read more and developing positive attitudes capable of furthering students’ knowledge and information.
A budget approved yesterday by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, called for Dh32.26 billion (US$8.78bn) of government spending next year against anticipated revenues of Dh30.4bn, resulting in a projected Dh1.8bn deficit.
Zoom, the exclusive convenience store of the Dubai Metro, launches a rewards programme from September 15, 2012, at its network of 41 outlets in 39 stations to encourage the use of the environment-friendly public transport system.
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RTA will operate 24 trains in the morning peak hours and 29 trains in the evening. Jebel Ali Metro Station opened on Friday following the inspection visit of Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of RTA. The opening of Jebel Ali Metro Station brings the number of stations opened to 27.
Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority will spend about AED20 billion ($5.45 billion) in the coming four years to fund projects but is not considering a hike in toll charges, an official said on Tuesday.
UAE-based Aldar Properties recently revised the master plan for its Al Raha mixed-use development to include a public tram line connecting to Abu Dhabi rail and public transport system, as well as water taxi stations along the canals.
On the Dubai Metro, tourists are often frantically taking pictures as they pass iconic Dubai landmarks such as the Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, or the elevated ski slope at the Mall of the Emirates.
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