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Watch: Dubai Police’s luxury cars patrol Downtown

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A video posted on the YouTube channel of Dubai Police shows off its fleet of luxury cars driving around luxurious locales of the emirate. Starting off with an aerial shot of the city by night, the video closes up on the super luxury cars.

Tram to link with Dubai Metro at Marina, JLT stations

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Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that mass transit systems of the RTA - comprising the Dubai Metro, public buses, marine transit modes and taxis (Dubai Taxi and franchise companies taxis) - have all lifted 440.672 million passengers in 2013, according to statistics released by RTA Statistics Section.

RTA starts trial run of Dubai Tram on 2.5km-long track

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has embarked on the technical trial run of the Dubai Tram on a track extending 2.5 km from the Tram Depot at Al Safouh.

World's largest Ferris wheel for new Dubai Dh6bn tourist mega-island

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The world's largest Ferris wheel, the Dubai Eye, will be built off the coast after plans for a Dh6 billion entertainment project were approved today. The Bluewaters Island project to be built near Jumeirah Beach Residence was tonight given the go-ahead by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai.

Work on Al Sufouh Tram project gathers pace

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Work on the long-awaited Al Sufouh Tram project has picked up pace as the contractor has started building the viaduct for the elevated tracks along Dubai Marina on Shaikh Zayed Road. Dubai Metro is getting popular with every passing day as it is being used by at an average of more than 140,000 commuters per day, said a senior official.

RTA says all public transport expansion projects on track

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"The 49-kilometre Purple Line is currently at the design stage," said Al Hassan. It will be a fast track line connecting Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum Airport. The Purple Line will have high speed trains with a maximum speed of 135 to 160 kilometres per hour, while the average speed of the train will be 100 kilometres per hour.