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Dubai’s du to offer free faster WiFi over Eid Al Adha...

Dubai-based telecoms operator du will offer complementary higher-speed WiFi for five days across the UAE during Eid Al Adha. From August 19-23, free WiFi supplied...

Dubai Duty Free announces two-day sale for Eid Al Adha

Dubai Duty Free has announced a special two-day sale on August 19 and 20 offering a 20 percent discount on a wide range of...

Dubai offers first free parking slots for eco-friendly vehicles

Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has provided 70 free parking spaces for environment-friendly vehicles in 40 paid parking zones across the emirate. The move,...

AI scanners to monitor Dubai’s paid parking system

Dubai: Smart devices equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) features have been launched to monitor Dubai’s paid parking zones, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA)...

100 free taxi rides from Dubai airport on March 20

Hundred lucky tourists landing at the Dubai International Airport will get free taxi rides to their destinations as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA)...

New Year 2018: Free parking in Dubai today, tomorrow

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced changes to the business hours of its entire services during the New Year's holiday. Service outlets include...

RTA launches free shuttle bus service to cover metro closure between...

RTA’s Public Transport Agency is launching a free circular bus route as an alternative service to cover the partial closure of Dubai Metro Red...

German retailer opens outlet in Dubai Mall

German retailer and coffee brand Tchibo has opened its first branch in the Dubai Mall, offering a fusion of coffee and non-food items with new stock showcased on a weekly/periodic basis.

Free parking for Dubai Tram users

A 'park and ride' facility where Dubai Tram users are able to park for free has been established, post the launch of Dubai Tram this month.

Metro travel will be free for the disabled from February

Details are still being ironed out, but Roads and Transport Authority officials said yesterday that the system would be similar to the one that allows people with special needs to use the Salik toll system for free.