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UAE realty market on path to maturity

The opening of the Dubai Metro and expansion of public infrastructure reinforced property prices in certain areas.

Authority plans to expand e-services

The RTA has achieved 100 per cent transition to e-services in all the services agreed with the Dubai e-Government, a top official has said.

South Asian El Dorado: Is the locus shifting to Abu Dhabi?...

Evidence of the misery the global economic slowdown has heaped on a city that dizzyingly grew in the last ten years can be seen while traveling in the spankingly new driver-less elevated Dubai metro that traverses a distance of 53 km and runs along many of Dubai high-rises, buildings and malls.

Metro Green Line to open in H2 2010 – Al Tayer

Operations on Dubai Metro's Green Line will begin in the second half of 2010

12 tips to prevent climate change

Try using public transport whenever you can especially now Dubai Metro is up and running, or carpool to work.

RTA extends nomination to Dubai Sustained Transport Award

Special Needs category is concerned with all initiatives & practices that care for this category through providing them with the required infrastructure, modern buses (low-floor buses), designated parking slots and Dubai Metro

Wheels of Progress Continue to Turn: Mohammed

...and like the Dubai Metro, which joined the prominent landmarks of civilisation in our country, and introduced the railway systems for the first time into the infrastructure of the region’s cities, where these systems are being built in Abu Dhabi and across the country.

RTA to Launch Nol Blue Card This Week

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will roll out this week Nol Blue Card online as well as through ticket counters at Dubai Metro stations.

Metro to let last of its shops

The final retail shops along the Dubai Metro have been put up for tender, the emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) says.

Jebel Ali airport to be linked to Union Railway

The Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International (DWC-AMI) is expected to be connected to the Dubai Metro and later to the Union Railway which will help it to serve a wider catchment of passengers beyond Dubai, when fully developed by 2020, a top official said.