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Al Tayer explores cooperation with Australian Minister of Roads and Ports

H.E. Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has recently received H.E. Duncan Gay, Member of the Legislative Council and Minister of Roads and Ports in the State of New South Wales, Australia, together with H.E. Peter Duncan, Chief Executive of Roads and Maritime Services.

Dubai Metro's Ramadan train schedule

During the month of Ramadan the frequency of trains servicing Dubai's Red and Green Line will be reduced, the Roads and Transport Authority has stated. Just like every year, we reduce the frequency of trains operating during Ramadan," said Ramadan Abdullah, director of the Rail Operations Department, RTA.

RTA offers inquiry about Dubai Metro schedule by SMS service

The Rail Agency, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has launches a new service for inquiring about the timing of the Dubai Metro services in different times through short text messages to be sent to 5223. The service is coordinated with the Public Transport Agency via the timetables of the Journey Planner (Wojhati); an exercise that saves much time and effort of customers, rendering the metro transit experience highly smooth & accessible.

RTA Woman Committee mulls cooperation with Emirates Human Rights

The Woman Committee, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has recently reviewed with a visiting delegation from the Emirates Human Rights Association means of enhancing joint cooperation, examined key achievements made, and explored ways & means of setting up a platform for boosting common business.

RTA launches 5 new bus routes, revises 4 others

The Public Transport Agency, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has launched, on the first of April, 5 new bus routes in the Emirate of Dubai and revised 4 others with a view to consolidating the public bus network in the Emirate in keeping with the rising demand for mass transit services in general and public buses in particular.

Dubai to get 1,100 new taxis

Commuters in Dubai will soon benefit from a raft of new taxis after the emirate’s transport regulator agreed to purchase 1,100 new 2013 Toyota vehicles. The deal between Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) and dealership Al Futtaim Motors will see 930 Camry, 20 Hybrid Camry and 150 Innova cars enter Dubai’s taxi fleet.

RTA takes part in Dubai International Boat Show

The Public Transport Agency, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), is taking part in the Dubai International Boat Show organized by the Dubai World Trade Center at Mina Seyahi, Dubai International Marine Club during 5-9 March 2013.

Dubai Taxi launches holy Quran tafseer campaign

The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has recently kick started a campaign to educate cabbies about the Holy Quran and its interpretation (tafseer) under the context of events held by the Global Islamic Culture Project under the them My Religion is My Identity, in cooperation with the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai.

RTA announces more retail outlets rented in Dubai Metro Stations

The Rail Agency, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has recently announced the renting of 123 retail outlets in the stations of the Red and Green Metro lines to a plethora of leading businesses in the UAE, representing various trading, economic and services activities, in addition to 179 outlets already up and running in these stations.

Mohammed bin Rashid initiative for Government Innovation

The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has recently hosted a workshop entitled ‘Ibdaa’ held by the Team of the Dubai Government Excellence Program (DGEP) for all government departments and agencies to shed light on the Mohammed bin Rashid initiative for Government Innovation 'Ibdaa' with the aim of nurturing a creative government business environment. The event was attended by a plethora of CEOs, Directors and considerable number of RTA employees.