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UAE to reopen air, land and sea borders with Qatar on...

The decision comes after the signing of the Al Ula statement at the GCC summit in Saudi Arabia

Doha Metro on track

Qatar Rail has said each of the train sets for Doha Metro undergoes an intensive inspection regimen, covering the roof, sides, undercarriage and interior....

Qatar aims to finish building Doha Metro stations within 2018

DOHA, July 11 (Xinhua) -- Qatar Rail said the construction of Doha Metro stations will be largely completed by the end of this year,...

Qatar Airways postpones launch of ‘super-business class’

Qatar Airways has reportedly pushed back the official launch of its new ‘super-business class’ seats to March 2017. Local media reported that the seats will...

Exova Group wins key Doha Metro contracts

Exova Group, a global testing, calibration and advisory services provider, has won three major contracts to conduct materials testing and fire safety engineering for the new Doha Metro in Qatar.

Metro ‘to ease traffic congestion in Doha’

A metro train can move around 60,000 people per hour in one direction which is equivalent to the traffic on 30 lanes in a road network or the number of passengers carried by some 30,000 cars, an expert in the field said yesterday.

Delivery architects sought for first phase of £8bn Doha Metro

Qatar is on the hunt for architectural subcontractors to deliver 35 planned new metro stations in its capital city – Doha

The UITP MENA Congress and Exhibition 2014 is expected to attract...

“In 2007 Dubai started preparations for hosting UITP’s World Congress & Exhibition and in 2009, decision was made and Dubai competed with Australia and Singapore to win the privilege of hosting the World Congress in Dubai, which was first time in the 125 years of history of UITP to host the World Congress outside Europe and especially in the Arab world and the MENA region,” according to Mohammed Obaid Al Mulla, Board Member of RTA.

Qatar on track to spend around $86.5bn on infrastructure developments in...

Qatar's successful bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup is expected to energize the local construction sector and stimulate infrastructure investments worth around $100bn through the next 12 years. $4bn has already been allocated to build nine stadiums and upgrade three more in preparation for the country's hosting of the world's biggest football event.

France to take part in Qatar’s mega projects

France is prepared to assist Qatar in its major projects, especially in the transport sector, the French Minister of Transport, Thierry Mariani (pictured) who is on a two-day visit to Doha said here yesterday. The best way France could be satisfied with these economic relationships is to prepare for the future.