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RTA nears completion of Dubai cycling route

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The RTA has completed 90% of a new cycling runway in the Mushrif, Mirdif and Khawaneej areas, Director General and Chairman of the Roads...

Three new bus routes launched in Dubai; 2 routes cancelled

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Three new bus routes were launched in Dubai, serving communities such as Al Nahda, International City, Festival City, Oud Metha, Mankhool and the Dubai Mall area.

2 new Dubai Metro stations on Green Line open today: This...

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Two new stations opened on the Green Line of Dubai Metro Line today; Jadaf and Creek Station. In order to provide smooth access to and from the stations, the Road and Transport Authority has introduced two new bus stops serving the two Metro stations from today.

Prime property on the new Metro line

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Areas such as Deira, Karama and Al Qusais could be ideal as they are serviced by the Metro — both the Green Line and Red Line. In fact, Deira is serviced by three stations, namely Union station — a major intersection for both the Green and the Red Metro Lines — Al Rigga Station on the Red Line, and Salah Al Din station on the Green Line.

Dubai Metro is open its second line on Friday – hop...

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Dubai Metro’s Red Line opened in September 2010, bringing 52 kilometres of travel options for Dubai residents and visitors. This month, the 22km Green Line opens with 16 of its 18 new stations operating, along with transfer stations Khalid Bin Al Waleed and Uniion Square, promising easier access to even more of the emirate’s best views and venues.

Roads and health top UAE's to-do list

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Dubai Metro's most awaited element — the Green Line — will open its doors to passengers this year, thereby completing the Dh28 billion Metro project, as part of a comprehensive integrated public transport system.

RTA to ease gridlock in business districts

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Use of private vehicles in the Central Business Districts (CBDs) of Dubai is likely to be limited once the Green Line of the Dubai Metro becomes operational after August next year, said a senior official. "The move is part of our plan to ease traffic congestion in the old city which is the hub of commercial activities and has always witnessed massive traffic jams," said the official at the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).