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Video: Police question man over Burj Khalifa iPhone 7 drop test

The Dubai Police recently interrogated a man who posted a viral video shot in the emirate, showing an iPhone 7 being hurled from one...

2 million expected in Downtown Dubai for NYE party

With about two million people expected in and around the Shaikh Mohammed Boulevard, The Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa to watch the elaborate fireworks, the Dubai Police has appointed a special task force to keep things in order.

RTA announces service timings for tomorrow’s holiday

Source:  gulftoday.ae DUBAI: The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the working hours for all services during the holiday marking the birthday of the...

Dubai’s RTA kicks off real-time query about bus, metro schedules service...

RTA’s Public Transport Agency has recently launched the real-time query service about bus & metro arrival time via SMS (M-Bus) at Burj Khalifa Station. The service is also intended to increase & strengthen the channels of communication between the RTA and customers to ensure smooth and direct access to information without the need to contact the Call Center

Family-friendly outings from April 11-17

It’s one of the best ways to keep kids entertained – and it’s cheap too. Try a trip on the train, followed by a bus ride from Burj Khalifa station to The DubaiMall, an ice cream and a wander round the shops.

RTA announces operation plan of public transport during New Year's celebrations...

The plan includes expanding the operational hours of the Dubai Metro into a non-stop service past the midnight of Sunday 1stJanuary (24 hours) and slashing the service frequency (headway) to 3 minutes in the stations from Al Rashidiya up to Ibn Battuta during the peak hours from after 12.00 am (past the midnight) and up to 05:30 am, whereas the service frequency during the off-peak time will range from 4 to 10 minutes.

Midnight mayhem on New Year’s Eve

I was giddy and light-headed, but not from ecstasy. Instead I was puzzled over why a frenzied crowd had been left struggling to get out of the Burj Khalifa station, from 10pm to midnight, turning it into a dangerous metro mosh pit.

All roads head to Burj Khalifa

Cyberspace was abuzz on Friday with live updates from all over Dubai about people caught up in traffic in their attempt to reach Downtown Dubai, the destination of the world’s largest New Year spectacle.

178,000 ride Metro on Dec.31

THE number of passengers who rode the Dubai Metro on New Year’s Eve reached 178,000. This figure, which represented double the number of passengers who rode the Metro during other holidays, was revealed by the Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).