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Automation of RTA’s internal services saves 342k papers in 2020

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RTA always prioritises government directives to make Dubai the smartest city in the world.

Rain lashes parts of UAE, more showers forecast

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Eastern parts of the UAE likely to witness more rains

Follow Covid guidelines, RTA urges as Dubai kicks-off 4 new metro...

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The four new metro stations, Jebel Ali, The Gardens, Discovery Gardens and Al Furjan, are part of the RTA's Route 2020 Metro extension, which aims to enhance the communities’ travel experience, bringing more convenience to residents and visitors.

Dubai’s RTA launches region’s first digital nol cards in cooperation with...

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and Huawei Consumer Business Group have announced the exclusive launch of the GCC’s first digital...

DEWA’s work on sustainability attracts international awards

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DEWA won the Champions award at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) 2016 organised by the UN International Communication Union (ITU).

UAE: Over 296m riders use Dubai public transport in H1

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More than 296 million riders used public, shared transport and taxis in the first half of this year in Dubai, according to...

Commuters enjoy live music at Dubai Metro stations

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As Dubai Metro users hurried to their destinations, they paused for a few minutes to take in some quality international music at the stations. International...

Dubai’s RTA opens main bridge leading to Expo 2020 site

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) on Saturday opened a main bridge as part of phase 5 of the roads network leading to the...

Call Centre wins IQPC Middle East Awards for Benchmarking, Digital Innovation

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently won two call centre awards in a prestigious event held by the American International Quality and...

Traffic fines wiped out for Dubai drivers who keep clean record...

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Motorists could have their records wiped clean if they steer clear of committing further road offences for 12 months, under a new safety drive...