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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the launch of a monthly subscription service to Nol Blue Card, coupled with re-partitioning of Dubai into 7 zones instead of 5 in view of the geographical expansion of districts served by Dubai Metro given the forthcoming operation of the Green Line, and the opening of new routes for public buses.
It has been almost 21 months since Dubai Metro began operation and some passengers are still fuzzy on the rules, despite campaigns by authorities to keep them informed. Does the ban on food include gum? Does it include baby food? And is it OK to run to catch a train?
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), all affiliated agencies included, is seeking to nurture a clean & sustainable environment free from anything that might adversely affect the ecosystem or the public health by applying effective strategies, using the latest technology and sharing the expertise of countries and cosmopolitan cities which have gone far and wide in this regard.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has scooped the Middle East Customer Service Excellence Award in the Government Departments category 2010, for the second straight time. The Award, which was accorded by the Middle East Excellence Awards Institute, an entity affiliated to Datamatix Group, was received on behalf of the RTA by Yousef Jawad, CEO of Corporate Administrative Support Services Sector, during a ceremony held in Al Falak Hall, Burj Al Arab, Dubai in the presence of top executives of public and private entities at the regional and international levels, as well as the diplomatic corp in the region.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) wants to work with banks to produce special cards which would have the additional function of storing credit for use on public transport. It would effectively combine the capabilities of an ordinary credit card with those of the RTA’s Nol card, which is used to pay when boarding buses, water buses and the metro.