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In a formal ceremony held of late, the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has launched a new Customer Service Center at Arrivals Terminal 3, Dubai International Airport, to welcome customers and respond to their inquiries, suggestions, complaints and reported cases.
In the context of the Cooperation Agreement signed between Dar Al-Ber Society and the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), employees and cabdrivers of DTC have recently donated funds for carrying a host of charitable projects in a number of Islamic countries.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads and Transports Authority (RTA) has offered prepaid vouchers to customers, be it public or private institutions, of 10, 20, 25, 30 and 50 dirham each, in a bid to streamline services rendered to customers and introduce new methods in serving the public.
As the number of complaints about lost items in taxis increases, the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) operated by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has urged passengers to take better care of their belongings. In case of a lost item in taxis, customers are urged to register a complaint through the call centre (8009090), DTC website (www.dubaitaxi.ae), or RTA website (www.rta.ae).
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has recently held its semi-annual Strategic Partners Gathering 2012 comprising representatives of public and private agencies. The gathering, which was held at DTC premises in Muhaisna, was meant to explain the standards, conditions and details of the Best Partner Award with the aim of furthering the cooperative links, boosting mutual relations and forging effective partnerships in various fields.
In a ceremony bringing together employees and cabdrivers of the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), the CEO of the DTC Yousef Al Ali has recently opened a new restaurant for cabbies built within the compounds of the DTC in cooperation with Fairway Co. The step is taken as part of a series of initiatives undertaken by the DTC in a bid to raise the satisfaction of cabdrivers in keeping with its strategic vision of “Pioneers in Passenger Transport Services”.
The total revenue of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA)-run Dubai Taxi crossed Dh1 billion in 2011, with more than 125 million passengers hiring cab services to make 62.36 million trips. This is in addition to revenues of privately owned taxi companies.
Children in Dubai are three times more involved in traffic accidents than at the global level, a local report revealed. The report released by the Dubai Health Authority indicates that 63 per cent of crash victims in Dubai are children, which is three times the prevailing international rate of 22.3 per cent.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is launching an array of events & programs through the final ceremony on 2 December 2011. The concept of forming the UAE flag through a bunch of 900 of the best DTC cabdrivers was being materialized through a comprehensive team to look into the implementation of the idea on the second of December.
His Excellency Wasantha Senanayake, Consul-General of Sri Lanka in Dubai has recently paid a visit to the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) to review the work progress and inspect the conditions of the Sri Lankan cab drivers working at the DTC.
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