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Since launched on 11 November 2014 up to the end of September 2018, Dubai Tram had transported 20,879,564 riders. The Tram route extends 10.6 kilometres...
Free Wifi on all Dubai Metro trains and stations is now a reality. Access to the internet from Dubai Metro has long been on the wish list of many commuters.
Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that mass transit systems of the RTA - comprising the Dubai Metro, public buses, marine transit modes and taxis (Dubai Taxi and franchise companies taxis) - have all lifted 440.672 million passengers in 2013, according to statistics released by RTA Statistics Section.
The Traffic and Roads Agency, Roads and Transport Authority, has finalized the implementation of the paid parking system in Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City and Dubai Knowledge Village. The system has been activated since April 13th, after it was successfully implemented on roadside parking slots in mid-January.
Paid parking will be fully introduced in Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City and Dubai Knowledge Village next year. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a 10-year agreement with Tecom to operate, manage and regulate their parking bays.
The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the working hours for delivering diverse services during the holy month of Ramadan covering customer service centers, car parking facilities, public buses, Dubai Metro, marine transit means, driving institutes, and vehicles testing & registration centers.
Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced two new bus routes --Route 83 and Route 85 -- that will connect Tecom free zones Dubai Internet City (DIC), Dubai Media City (DMC) and Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV) to Karama and Discovery Gardens respectively. The buses operating on the new routes can cut down the commuting time for office-goers within the free zones by almost 50 per cent. The timings of the two bus routes take into account the peak hours.
Work on the long-awaited Al Sufouh Tram project has picked up pace as the contractor has started building the viaduct for the elevated tracks along Dubai Marina on Shaikh Zayed Road. Dubai Metro is getting popular with every passing day as it is being used by at an average of more than 140,000 commuters per day, said a senior official.
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