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Mr. Essa Abdulrahman Al Dosari, CEO of the Public Transport Agency, stated that these initiatives included three axes. The first axis is concerned with the policies and systems of environmental management and mobility programs.
Motorists in Dubai are furious that fines are imposed even for just a few minutes after the expiry of their paid parking tickets. A motorist who uses the SMS service to pay for his parking claimed that he was issued a fine two minutes after the expiry of the date of paid parking.
The popular bus route was a lifeline for hundreds of workers who were dependent on it for their daily commutation between office and home. However, much to their chagrin, the route was cancelled following the launch of Dubai Metro in September 2009.
"The project is part of RTA's Master Plan to upgrade mass transportation on buses with the aim of attracting new commuters and hence contributing to easing roads congestions. These highly sophisticated buses feature top quality specifications, affordable fare and wide geographical coverage, and as such provide a big boost to the integration of mass transit modes spanning public buses, Dubai Metro and marine modes.
The Bus Dep’t, Public Transport Agency of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has honoured 150 distinguished bus drivers during the biannual 2010 ceremony held at Al Awir Station attended by the CEO of Public Transport Agency Eisa Abdul Rahman Al Dosari and the Director of Bus Furat Al Amri in addition to other Directors and officials of the Agency.
The Dubai Metro is a driverless, fully automated metro network in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai. The Red Line is almost fully operational, the Green Line is under construction with trials commenced in October 2010, and 3 further lines are planned, with some doubt expressed on their feasibility following the financial downturn experienced by Dubai after September 2008.