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RTA takes part in 14th Careers Show

Kawthar Kazim, Director of Human Resources and Development at RTA Corporate Administrative Support Services Sector, said, “The RTA is keen on participating in this event on an annual basis, as it contributes to availing qualified citizens the opportunity to find suitable jobs in various fields, not to mention the role of the Career Fair in promoting RTA’s Emiratization strategy.

New business opportunity in Dubai: Firms can trade distinguished numbers plates

The Licensing Agency of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) is gearing up for issuing special permits to traders enabling them to officially practise the business of buying and selling distinguished number plates as early as next February.

New Dubai Metro timings for Eid, weekends

Complementing the Eid in Dubai celebrations, the metro will operate from 5:30am to 4am on October 18 and on October 25, 27 and 28 to coincide with the Eid holidays, and on November 1. On Fridays during this period, the trains will run from 10am to 4am. Trains will continue with normal operation hours on weekdays.

How Dubai Metro keeps you safe in an emergency

It’s rush hour on Dubai Metro and commuters are jostling for space in the five cars of a train running from Rashidiya to Jebel Ali. Suddenly there is a public announcement: “Attention passengers, we are facing a technical problem. We may have to stop the train. But please stay calm. Do not touch any safety devices …”

Dubai Metro likely to raise frequency after Eid

The Road and Transport Authority is considering an increase in the frequency of metro rides during morning rush hours to alleviate the high passengers volume at this time. When waiting for the metro the information board tells us when the next metro will arrive. At most this is within five minutes, as the information board hardly ever displays a longer waiting period.

RTA launches unified revenues system

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), along with all affiliated agencies and sectors, is keen on delivering best services at world-class standards to corporate & individual customers assisted by the state-of-the-art technologies in various fields introduced with the aim of easing and expediting the processing of daily transactions associated with the packages of diverse services offered to the public spanning all community segments.

Dubai Bus occupancy hits 41%, compares well with 25% in Sweden,...

The Roads & Transport Authority - Mohammed Al Munji: His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that seats occupancy in Dubai public buses clocked 41% last year compared with 40% in 2010. About 2050 electronic systems have been installed and operated on 683 buses over the past months of this year displaying the routes map, offering educative materials to the public, and informing passengers about the next stops, on the same lines used in the metro service.

A Dubai parking inspector out to stop crime

Mahmoud Al Mousa approaches his job as a parking inspector with a gentle demeanour that hides his tough as nails attitude when it comes to criminals. The 38-year-old Emirati parking inspector with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is just as serious about his responsibility as a citizen vigilante, something that the two thieves and an alcohol-smuggling gang he busted will readily admit.

346 m passengers used public transport means in Dubai in 2011

The number of commuters who used the Red Line reached 60.024 million passengers, and the number of commuters who used the Green Line, which has been launched on 09/09/2011, reached 8.982 million passengers, thus the daily ridership of the metro currently exceeds 191 thousand passengers.