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RTA to install 6,500 surveillance cameras in Dubai taxis

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has begun installing surveillance cameras in all taxis affiliated to the Public Transport Agency. The transport authority said the...

More than 160,000 lost items were discovered at Dubai airports last...

Mobile phones, luxury watches, large amounts of cash and a woman were among the thousands of items reported lost, and then found, at Dubai...

Soon, policing without policemen in Dubai

Soon, you will see policing without policemen in Dubai - through surveillance blimps and mobile 'stations in patrol' - as the Dubai Police ramp...

New smart cameras can catch drivers using phones and passengers not...

New smart cameras that can catch drivers using phones, backseat passengers not using seatbelts and tail-gaters are being rolled out in Sharjah. The radars, which...

UAE motorists, drive carefully, it’s going to be foggy

Morning commuters in parts of UAE can expect fog and mist, according to forecasters from the National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology. Motorists are advised...

All Dubai radars are fully equipped to catch all the violations

Brigadier Saif Mohair Al Mazroui, Director of the Dubai Traffic Police said that it is incorrect that Dubai police deployed radars only to catch...

Dubai Police debunk rumour about new cameras

Dubai: There are no new cameras attached to lamp posts that catch drivers talking or using their mobile phones in Dubai, police confirmed. A video...

Al Burj radar to catch tailgaters on Dubai roads

Tailgaters are now in the crosshairs of new speed radars installed by Dubai Police. With over 50 new Al Burj radars already fitted on Dubai roads, police said that they plan to add 50 more in the next year.

Breach in Dubai Metro security

With more than 3,000 CCTV cameras, a dedicated round the clock police force and a set of heavy penalties, the Dubai Metro is one of the safest in the world. Fines range from Dh100 to Dh2,000, depending on the nature of the violation, with using emergency buttons and exits attracting the highest penalties.

Probe into thefts on Dubai Metro

Roads and Transport Authority has begun investigation into robbery complaint by a passenger, who claimed he lost his iPhone while riding the Dubai Metro. According to Al Bayan newspaper, theft is becoming common on the Metro. However, a complaint broadcast on Al Bath Al Mubasher programme led to the RTA initiating quick action.

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