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Dubai mulls monorail link for Burj Khalifa

Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is exploring alternative modes of transport in the Zabeel and Burj Khalifa areas, including monorails and people mover systems, according to a senior official.

Dubai Tram to put leisure, business districts on the map

The world’s first tramway that uses Platform Screen Doors in passenger stations fully synchronised with the tram’s doors opening and shutting mechanism, the Dubai Tram started testing without passengers on January 26 at Zone 1.

Dubai cycling races: Major roads to be closed from today until...

The police has drawn up a plan to regulate traffic during ‘Dubai Tour’ cycling championship which win run from Wednesday February 5 to Saturday February 8, according to Major General Mohammed Saif Al Zafeen, Assistant Adjutant General of Dubai Police for Operations.

RTA starts trial run of Dubai Tram on 2.5km-long track

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has embarked on the technical trial run of the Dubai Tram on a track extending 2.5 km from the Tram Depot at Al Safouh.

Dubai Mall is full

If you’re heading towards Burj Khalifa Downtown Dubai and Atlantis The Palm in your own car to watch the New Year fireworks, the news is not good.

First Dubai Tram coaches arrive in Jebel Ali Port this week

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the arrival of the first Dubai tram coaches to Jebel Ali port in the middle of this week.

Nakheel launches cruise around Palm Jumeirah

Property developer Nakheel has launched a new cruise service that will provide tours of its projects off the coast of Dubai, beginning with the Palm Jumeirah. The 'Cruise with Nakheel', which sets sail beginning today around the Palm Jumeirah's crescent, is aimed at repositioning the developer's as a tourist attraction as a way to boost revenue for the development.

Contractors restart work on Al Sufouh tram project

The consortium also includes UK based Serco and US based Parsons International. In June 2010, the consortium stopped work on the tram project due to irregular payments from the client, Dubai’s Roads & Transport Authority Later in the year, the RTA said it was in negotiations with the consortium over the financing of the tram.