Roads and Transport Authority Dubai (RTA) is gearing up to launch an Integrated Mobility Platform in Dubai, enabling customers an easy access to all mass transit systems through a single window (smart app).
Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of (RTA) revelead the plan at an Innovation Lab workshop held in Dubai.
In this transit hub, RTA’s multi-modal transit systems (metro, tram, buses, marine transit means, and taxis) will be integrated with transit systems of other entities in Dubai such as limo service, Palm monorail, and Dubai Trolley.
In a later stage, the services might extend to include electronic booking of taxi services such as Uber and Careem; all integrated in one app enabling the user to book the service and pay the fare.
“The Dubai Integrated Mobility Platform fulfils RTA’s vision of Safe and Smooth Transport for All and conforms to its first strategic goal (Smart Dubai), second strategic goal (Integrated Dubai), and the third strategic goal (People Happiness),” he noted.
Al Tayer made this statement when chairing the Innovation Lab spotlighting preparations for the Dubai Integrated Mobility Platform held by RTA and attended by more than 60 concerned personnel from RTA as well as consultants and experts from the UAE and beyond. More info