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Starting today, Dubai airport will reject these bags

Effective from today, Dubai Airports will introduce a new baggage rule to help improve service, reduce the risk of mishandlings and enhance the performance...

Dubai may opt to delay launch of driverless flying taxis

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said on Monday it will not commence commercial service of driverless flying taxis until it gets a safety...

Dh250m bridges connecting Dubai Parks with city ready

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed the Dubai Parks & Resorts bridges project in cooperation with Meraas Holding at a total cost...

Khaleej Times: Latest list of traffic violations and fines in Dubai

Khaleej Times brings you the latest list of fines for traffic violations in Dubai. More info By Web Team/Dubai  www.khaleejtimes.com Caught for traffic violations? Here's a motorist's...

Indians are too scared to travel in self-driving cars

Self-driving vehicles offer an edge in terms of safety and mobility, but one of its biggest expected benefits is increased productivity of passengers freed...

RTA plans to broaden Dubai metro network

Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced plans to broaden the metro network to reach 16 new districts, while improving the service in 19 others by 2020.

Dubai construction set for growth

In the run-up to the Expo 2020, the Dubai construction sector is poised to outperform the overall UAE market, although growth across the emirates is expected to remain healthy at 6.6 per cent despite low oil prices, market watchers said.

Salik Call Center handles 1.3 m calls this year 2015

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that Salik Call Center had handled about 1.3 million calls received from the public from the start of this year 2015 until November last.

Dubai unveils plan to accommodate 9.5m residents

Dubai Municipality has drawn up plans to expand Dubai so it can accommodate four times as many people, it was revealed on Monday.

Electric cycles drive residents up the wall

Dubai: International City residents are calling for regulations on the use of electric bicycles to ensure the safety of all road users.