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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will launch on Friday 1st of Nov 2013 the 4th edition of the Public Transport Day under the theme: Progress With Dubai, where the use of the Dubai Metro, public buses and the water bus will be offered free of charge for Nol card holders.
Hitting the gym, taking up a sport and eating healthy are just some of the baby steps that most people take to get fit But did you know that abandoning the luxury of your car and opting for the public transport instead and exploring your own city could also direct you in that direction?
Since the barriers at the multi-storey car park of Rashidiya Metro Station were activated, half of the commuters using the car park turned out to be not eligible for the free car park space.
Critics have made a pastime of belittling Dubai’s penchant for claiming number one in whatever it does: the biggest manmade island, the tallest tower, the biggest shopping mall and the largest fountain, not to speak of a series of new world-beaters already unveiled or are in the pipeline.
During the month of Ramadan the frequency of trains servicing Dubai's Red and Green Line will be reduced, the Roads and Transport Authority has stated. Just like every year, we reduce the frequency of trains operating during Ramadan," said Ramadan Abdullah, director of the Rail Operations Department, RTA.
An incident at the Abu Baker Al Siddique station on Dubai Metro’s Green Line has left many stranded this morning, with the station being cleared, commuters said. The Roads and Transports Authority said it was looking into the incident, with no further clarification on what occurred.
Back in 2009, the authority released a list of violations that would merit a fine if committed on the train or platform. And assuming the list hasn’t been updated, Kipp counts 27 different fines including a 300 dirham one for sleeping, a 200 dirham for smoking and another 200 dirham for selling goods or commodities on the train.
Dubai’s RTA will adopt a new electronic system in the second quarter of this year for recording driving test results to reduce human errors, the Al Roeya newspaper has reported. This could reduce complaints of bias by driving licence applicants, said Ahmed Bahrouzyan, Chief Executive Officer, RTA Licensing Agency.