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Dh2,000 fine, 6 black points for this traffic offense in UAE

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The Sharjah Police have warned residents crossing the UAE borders not to overload their vehicles. Speaking to Khaleej Times, Lt Saud Al Shaiba, director of the...

Safety first as Dubai’s RTA carries out mock collision out at...

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Authorities have successfully carried out a safety drill simulating a collision between a boat and a Dubai Ferry vessel carrying 50 people, off the...

The road to safety is a bumpy ride

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Traffic-related deaths remain a complex burden for UAE authorities, who have stepped up efforts to drastically reduce road fatalities from about six for every...

Step up the cooperation with Dubai Police to boost roads &...

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HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has held a coordinative meeting...

UAE hosts top-notch talent to build future, says Mohammed bin Rashid

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The UAE hosts the best minds in the world as it aims to shape the future, and started a new era today where it...

Electric cycles drive residents up the wall

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Dubai: International City residents are calling for regulations on the use of electric bicycles to ensure the safety of all road users.

RTA urges passengers to avoid riding unlicensed vehicles

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has called on all community members to shun the use of illegal or unlicensed transit means as they constitute grave risks to the security and safety of riders.

One person dies every 50 hours on Dubai roads

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Forty-five people lost their lives in 560 accidents caused by making sudden turns, while 26 people died in 588 accidents caused by not leaving enough space between vehicles.

Dubai Tram: A leisurely mode of transport

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Unlike the Dubai Metro service, Dubai Tram is being promoted as a ‘fuss-free, leisurely mode of transport’, according to a senior official at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).

School bus safety in Abu Dhabi is a priority

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Road-safety experts have spelt out the responsibilities carried by schools, and bus companies and drivers to keep their young passengers safe.