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Dubai mParking accepting codes C, D in non-commercial areas

Motorists paying for parking by SMS will have to use new parking codes ‘C’ and ‘D’ for mParking in non-commercial parking areas where signboards with new codes have been set up.

Waiting time at Dubai traffic signals slashed

The average waiting time for traffic signals in certain areas in the emirate has been improved, said the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).

Three new bus routes launched in Dubai; 2 routes cancelled

Three new bus routes were launched in Dubai, serving communities such as Al Nahda, International City, Festival City, Oud Metha, Mankhool and the Dubai Mall area.

Paid parking in Dubai to be expanded

The paid parking system will be extended to more areas in Dubai next year as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) aims to regulate the use of parking spaces in new neighbourhoods.

No more free parking in Al Nahda, Dubai Media and Internet...

The Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has marked out every parking spot, that was free, under the paid parking zones. “This is a residential area and it’s unfair to make us pay for the parking. We have two cars, and the building allocates only one free parking slot. We are now forced to pay up,” protested a resident at the Al Safa building in the area.

Implementation of the Districts Addressing System

The initial phase of the plan includes street naming in six areas: Umm Suqeim 1, Umm Suqeim 2, Umm Suqeim 3, Al Sufouh 1, Al Sufouh 2, and Dubai Marina, and is set to be completed before the end of this year. The 2nd phase comprises naming streets in 6 new areas, namely: Al Nahda , Muhaisna, Oud Mateena, Nad Al Sheba, Al Thaniyah, and Dubai Investments Park, and the phase is set to finish by the end of 2013.

New street names to be phased in for Dubai's roads

Maitha bin Edai, CEO of traffic and roads at the RTA, said: “The great development in Dubai’s urban and real-estate sector requires a fast and accurate street naming system that facilitates mobility and accessibility. It will help people in narrating addresses of their homes, offices and shops. Studies have shown the public can recall and retrieve names more easily than numbers.

Dubai Metro is open its second line on Friday – hop...

Dubai Metro’s Red Line opened in September 2010, bringing 52 kilometres of travel options for Dubai residents and visitors. This month, the 22km Green Line opens with 16 of its 18 new stations operating, along with transfer stations Khalid Bin Al Waleed and Uniion Square, promising easier access to even more of the emirate’s best views and venues.