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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the start of construction works in the internal roads projects at Al Barsha 1, 2 and 3 located in an area bordered by Sheikh Zayed Road to the east, Al Khail Road to the west, Umm Suqeim Road to the north, and Street 331 to the South. Last week construction works have been completed in the internal roads project at Al Mizhar and Muhaisnah, and the completion rate in the internal roads project at Nad El Sheba 2 has touched 92%.
The Director of Dubai Women Prison pointed out to the role played by the Dubai Public Administration of Penal and Correctional Institutions in offering due care to inmates through providing their daily living requirements as well as health, social and psychological care besides offering educational and rehabilitative care for the children of the inmates.
The Rail Agency of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) reported that about 106,000 passengers have used the Green Line on the first two days since the opening day. Passengers travelled between 16 stations representing a full and substantial integration with the Red Line in serving the largest possible chunk of public transport commuters in Dubai Emirate.
Al Tayer focused on parking provision for buses and taxis at each station as well as the state of roads leading to stations and signs. He was joined by Adnan Al Hamadi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Rail Agency of the RTA and other senior officials.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the extension of the operational hours of the Dubai Metro as of September 3, 2011 to 12:00 am on weekdays (from Saturday to Wednesday) and up to 01:00 am on weekends (Thursday and Friday). This timetable is synchronized with the impending operation of the Dubai Metro Green Line.
Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) decided to generalize the Dubai Government Service Delivery Model to all its strategic services delivered to customers and as such will be the first government entity to apply the Dubai Model to all its service since the initiative was launched last November.
Social networks and picture-sharing websites are aflush with complaints and photographs posted by residents affected by the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor of the Mumbai Metro. They protest that roads were built to accommodate traffic metres away, not rail tracks outside the window.