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Dubai Frame aims to be among the top global attractions
Dubai Municipality is aiming to make Dubai Frame the number one tourist attraction globally, the municipality chief told ‘Emirates24|7’.
First stage of 2015 Dubai cycle tour begins
Dubai – The spokes and wheels sprung into action at the Dubai International Marine Club on Wednesday morning as the first stage of the Dubai Tour began in earnest here
Car Free Day in Dubai: 7,000 drivers to stay off roads
More than 7,000 private cars will not be used on Car Free Day on February 4 to raise environmental awareness, encourage public transport use and reduce pollution and traffic Dubai Municipality announced on Wednesday.
RTA records ridership of over 531m in 2014
The ridership of Dubai’s public transport reached 531.350 million in 2014, according to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
RTA maps out traffic plan, beefs up transit services during New...
In the context of preparations for the New Year celebrations, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has developed a comprehensive plan for the traffic movement and mass transit services
Dubai drops from eighth to ninth as world’s most expensive city
The emirate is ranked the world’s 9th most expensive city for companies to locate employees, overtaking the likes of Shanghai and Rio De Janeiro, according to the Savills report. The ranking has dropped a notch since 2008 when Dubai was placed 8th in the index.
محمد بن راشد يزور معرض سيتي سكيب للتطوير العقاري والسياحي
UAE Vice President, Prime Minster and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has toured various sections Cityscape, the property and real estate exhibition held at Dubai World Trade Centre from, 21-23 September.
Dubai Metro set to break even in 2017
Dubai Metro is on the fast track to financial viability and is expected to break even in five years, while the bus system operated by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is expected to recover costs in 2016. This follows a massive rise in passenger numbers and savings in the operations of the mass transit system. The public transport system has cut Dh1.5 billion in costs, according to the RTA.