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Dubai Municipality holds 8th Car-Free Day
Dubai Municipality on Sunday launched the eighth "Car Free Day" with the participation of government, semi-government and private organizations and a number of dignitaries,...
Car Free Day in Dubai planned for February 5
Dubai’s eighth annual Car Free Day is going ahead in less than a month, so if you want to take part, save the date:...
Dubai's car-free day on February 21 gains speed
Tomorrow marks Dubai's seventh annual car-free day, in which Dubai residents and employees of more than 1,000 companies and organisations are expected to ditch their vehicles and find alternative, environment-friendly ways to move around.
Govt officials use public transport on car-free day
Joining her colleagues at the Etisalat metro station, Aisha, a government employee, excitedly hopped on a metro going towards the Union Station.
Car Free Day in Dubai: 7,000 drivers to stay off roads
More than 7,000 private cars will not be used on Car Free Day on February 4 to raise environmental awareness, encourage public transport use and reduce pollution and traffic Dubai Municipality announced on Wednesday.
Public urged to leave their cars at home today
Today is the day you can do your bit for the environment and join Dubai Municipality in its ‘Car Free Day' initiative. Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality, will start the initiative by boarding the Dubai Metro this morning from the Etisalat Metro Station.
Dubai to observe Car Free Day on Wednesday
Government departments in Dubai have geared up to observe ‘Car Free Day’ on Wednesday January 18. More than 2,500 employees in the Dubai Municipality headquarters and the nearby offices of DM will leave their cars at home and use other public transport means to reach their offices on Wednesday.
Train takes the strain as city staff spend day without cars
More than 1,500 Dubai Municipality staff left their cars at home yesterday to mark Car Free Day, an initiative to cut down on pollution and promote public transport. Hussain Nasser Lootah, the municipality’s director general, led by example by using the new Metro network. He boarded the VIP-class carriage in Al Rashidiya station and went just four stops to Union station, which is just a few minutes walk from his office.