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The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with Lama Desert Tours & Cruises L.L.C., a leading provider of tourist services in Dubai. According to the agreement, the Company will use DTC’s...
An Indian consultancy giant will help RTA monitor drivers in Dubai using a smart app. Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and India-based Tata Consultancy Services LLC (TCS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding setting the ground for the two parties...
SHARJAH // A taxi driver who returned a briefcase containing Dh1.7 million to its thankful owner said on Sunday it was not the first time a passenger had left cash in the back of his car. Pakistani Naseerallah Sher Dola...
Sharjah: A new scheme introduced by Sharjah Taxi aims to make it easier for low-income earners to travel by taxi to Dubai from Sharjah. "On Sunday we launched a new shared taxi service that can accommodate up to seven passengers. Each person will only have to pay Dh4 to go to any of three destinations in Dubai," said Jasem Al Beloushi, director of Sharjah Taxi.
By Staff  www.arabianbusiness.com The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has rolled out a Happiness Indicator with the aim of measuring contentment among more than 11,000 drivers and other staff. The unit of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said the move is...
A taxi driver was honoured at the Pakistani Embassy in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday for showing exemplary honesty. While on duty in Dubai, on September 10, Umar Hayat Ajmal Khan, 27, from Peshwar, Pakistan, returned money left behind by passengers in his Metro Taxi.
The amnesty scheme in UAE which started in August has been extended by another one month on occasion of UAE National Day, sources have confirmed to Khaleej Times. The processing of applications will start  tomorrow, December 4 and the amnesty...
Taxi drivers and residents new to the emirate are struggling to find their way around with the new street address system. Despite the training TransAD has given taxi drivers, many are confused when faced with two different names for the same street.
Abu Dhabi Taxis in the capital will soon sport ‘smart' electronic signs on their roofs which will help commuters easily determine whether they are available for hire. TransAD (The Centre for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars in Abu Dhabi), the authority regulating taxis in the emirate, will test 30 roof signs on taxis soon, according to a press release.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an exclusive operation contract with DP World whereby the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the RTA will provide taxi and VIP limousine services to lift tourists from and to The Hamdan...