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Mattar Al Tayer - Chairman of Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA)
As The National reported yesterday, five years after the Metro began service, efforts are still being made to instil in the millions of commuters a shared sense of etiquette so that passengers can live alongside each other as harmoniously as they do in other aspects of UAE life.
The MoU was signed on behalf of the RTA by H.E. Mattar Al Tayer, RTA Chairman of the Board and Executive Director; and on behalf of Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation by H.E. Dong H. Kim, Vice Chairman of the SMRT Corporation in the presence of H.E., Consul General of the Republic of Korea; and a host of RTA CEOs and Directors.
Although it is nothing more than part of modern transport for some, for others Dubai Metro is a true phenomenon. And if a driverless train, self-opening doors and world-largest train track was not enough, the modern-day facility of Dubai even helps its commuters walk.
Dubai can avoid this by adopting a two-pronged approach for its Mobility concerns: by sticking to its strategic plans of making public transportation accessible and also, by successfully convincing people to ditch their cars, an expert said.
Serco Group PLC (SRP.LN), a British government services company, said Thursday that it has signed a 355 million pound ($574.72 million) contract with the Dubai Government Roads and Transport Authority, or RTA, to continue operating and maintaining the Dubai Metro rail.
The asset and property management department of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) briefed a delegation from the Dubai Municipality (DM) about its best practices to manage the authority’s assets in a way that matches the best internationally recognised standards.
The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) announces the launch of the eWallet service, offering companies and corporate customers a safe and easy-to-use payment method for processing their transactions with the Licensing Agency, most notably the renewal of vehicle registration, and the payment of traffic fine services.
The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has recently celebrated the graduation of 33 Emirati employees posted as Directors or Managers in various RTA agencies & sectors, forming the first batch of graduates of ‘Qiyadi 1’ Program undertaken by the RTA in collaboration with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Leadership Development with the aim of uplifting capacities and skills of RTA leaders to groom them for higher responsibilities in their careers.
The number of commuters using the Red Line since launched on 9/9/2009 till the end of September 2012 hit 170,621,483 passengers. The ridership is continuously on the rise; jumping from 1.8 million passengers in October 2009 to 3.3 million passengers in August 2010 and went further to hit 6.5 million passengers in November this year.