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The Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has suggested to develop legislations that determine the maximum number of driving hours for heavy vehicle drivers that are allowed to drive trucks with a load of 3.5 tons, said Maitha bin Adai in a statement to Emirates 24/7.
The RTA will have notices on all 14 glass doors on all 28 Metro stations. These are already up at Burjuman, Union and Al Rigga. The notices clearly illustrate that people getting off have to leave from the centre of the door, while commuters getting on need to queue on either side of the door and after those getting off are done, can get on.
The summer is well and truly here with temperatures flirting with the 50DegC mark. However, users of public transport have found that not all the AC bus shelters in the emirate are functioning, and at some locations there is no AC shelter at all. Dubai sees thousands of people riding the bus every day.
A delegation from the Road and Transport Authority (RTA) visited the Sultan Al Owais School for Basic Education in Dubai as part of the initiative launched by the RTA in May 2010 entitled 'Read More' targeting public and private school students aged 7 to 14 years.
Dubai's Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced a deal to train at least 100 of its employees in the accredited International Computer Driving Licence IT literacy certification. The deal was signed with the National Institute for Vocational Education (NIVE), an accredited International Computer Driving Licence centre and an autonomously managed organization affiliated with the Knowledge and Human Development Authority, (KHDA), to boost the IT competencies of RTA employees.
Ambitious firms and entities are always keen on using the expertise of other mega organizations which have extensive experience in accomplishing giant projects of paramount importance and strategic dimension over the long run in a bid to capitalize on their accumulated experiences and practices yielding positive results worthy of being shared by others.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has inaugurated the station and vehicle model for Al Sufouh Tram in Dubai, which is the world’s first tram that runs with ground power feeding on the entire line without need for electrical air wires.