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Dubai Tram lifts 9m passengers as it celebrates second year of...

Dubai Tram served about nine million commuters from the start of operations back in 2014, up to the end of October this year. The Dubai...

Dubai construction set for growth

In the run-up to the Expo 2020, the Dubai construction sector is poised to outperform the overall UAE market, although growth across the emirates is expected to remain healthy at 6.6 per cent despite low oil prices, market watchers said.

Dubai Tram Wrap, Qatar Airways Campaign

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Now travel in green style in Business Bay Dubai with Smart...

Smart Bike (SB) UAE has established their new home at Bay Avenue in Business Bay. A brand new concept in the UAE, the service was launched last week, and is a green and convenient mode of alternative transportation for residents and visitors of Business Bay.

MBZ-Emirates Road junction gets ready

The final stage of Al Yalayes Road completing the linking of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road (at Al Houdh R/A) with the Emirates Road via Dubai Investment Park (DIP) will be opened on Friday August 7.

Which Metro station busiest: City Centre or Burj Khalifa – Dubai...

By Staff  www.emirates247.com Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has revealed a growth in the number of riders using mass...

Dubai Tram opens new mass transit chapter

The future of public transport is here in Dubai. Commuting and connecting to different modes of transport will never be the same again with the sleek Dubai Tram arriving in style on Tuesday.

Dubai residents queue up to be the first to ride the...

“We wanted to be on the first tram, it is exciting,” said Abu Rashid, an Emirati father who waited at the Jumeirah Beach Residence station with his son and daughter.

Downtown Dubai's new tramway: To open in 2 months?

Dubai Trolley is the new tramway for Downtown Dubai and it is not an extension of The Dubai Tram in Al Sufouh, nor will it look anything like the tram that is to be launched this November.