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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that Salik Call Center had handled about 1.3 million calls received from the public from the start of this year 2015 until November last.
You are waiting at a traffic signal at a busy junction in Dubai. You see that the adjacent signal has free-flowing traffic, while when it’s your turn to move, the signal only seems to allow four cars to pass. Sounds familiar?
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) hosted a team meeting in preparation for the GCC Traffic Week, which will be held during 8th to 12th March 2015, and attended by representatives of the Ministry of Interior and Traffic Departments across the UAE.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) opens October 31, 2014 the main traffic diversion on Al Wasl Road, nearby Al Safa Park, stretching about half a kilometer and maintaining the same number of lanes to avoid disruption of the traffic flow.
The Roads and Transport Authority RTA has embarked on Phase I of replacing the existing traffic lights in Dubai by halogen bulbs using LED power-saving technology. Such as step contributes to realizing RTA strategic goals of safety and environmental sustainability aimed at enhancing the traffic safety level and keeping abreast of the green economy drive.
Engineer Maitha bin Udai, CEO of RTA’s Traffic and Roads Agency, said, “The 2nd edition of the contest evoked huge response from public and private schools in Dubai, especially after the promotional campaign conducted by the Traffic Department when the contest was launched in October last year.”
With more residents travelling during summer, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has kicked off a road safety awareness campaign, urging motorists to be cautious to avoid accidents. The campaign targets long distance road travellers as well as students at public libraries and summer camps.
The GCC Traffic Week 2012 celebrations will kick off on March 11, officials have announced. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will organise a number of traffic events and activities across Dubai, in coordination with Dubai Police and Ministry of Interior.
The project is part of a series of initiatives aimed at making Dubai a more pedestrian-friendly city, said Maitha Bin Udai, CEO of Traffic and Roads Agency at the RTA. According to the RTA's five-year plan, 24 pedestrian bridges, 36 raised crossings and 86 pelican/puffin crossings will be constructed in various locations in the city.
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