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Dubai Festival City Begins Phase Two Of Retail Expansion

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Dubai Festival City has launched the second phase of its on-going retail expansion, allowing space for more fashion and lifestyle brands.

Dubai Metro to have 70 stations by 2020

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Plans to extend sections of Dubai Metro are on track with the designs of the expansion on three ends of the network currently being worked out, a senior Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official told Gulf News.

RTA plans spectacular cruises to mark New Year celebrations

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is all set for launching another excellent service coinciding with the New Year's Eve celebrations on 31 December 2013 by deploying marine modes (Water Bus, Water Taxi and Dubai Ferry) to provide great sails for customers and avail them the opportunity to watch the carnivalesque celebrations and fireworks displays in several Dubai districts.

RTA to launch new bus route tomorrow

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said the new route (43) would be from the Gold Souq Station to Dubai Festival City via Al Muraqqabat and Airport Tunnel, near Terminal 1.

Dubai Taxi honours 15 distinguished cabbies

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The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has recently honoured 15 distinguished cabdrivers as part of DTC Traffic Safety Awards 2011 under the "Exemplary Driver" category; which is sponsored this year by Al Buhaira National Insurance Company, to educate drivers on safe driving and step up the operational efficiency of the DTC.

Shopping malls extend hours

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Weekend shopping hours have been extended to midnight in many malls including Al Ghurair Centre, Arabian Mall, Deira City Centre, BurJuman Centre, Reef Mall, The Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City, Dubai Marina Mall, and Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta, Wafi, Mercato and Lamcy Plaza.

UAE: Dubai metro on track to add value

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Almost one year since opening, Dubai's metro is on track to meet the expectations of its creators despite doubts that the cosmopolitan city's citizens could easily be wooed away from the roads and onto rails. More than 23m people have ridden the metro since it began operations on September 9, 2009. According to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai's public transport agency, the daily average number of passengers increased from 35,000 in the last months of 2009 to the present level of 110,000.