In its 21st session, the Customers' Council at Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) discussed with the Licensing Agency's customers and representatives of driving schools in Dubai a number of important issues capturing the attention of various community members.
The gross revenues of the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) soared to Dh864.341 million in 2010 compared to Dh798.837 million in 2009 with its taxi fleet running 82 million trips, lifting 164.7 million passengers last year, Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), said on Saturday.
By Dhanusha Gokulan/Staff Reporter www.khaleejtimes.com Ali M* drives around in a tinted maroon coloured Toyota Corolla in areas like Downtown Dubai, Business Bay, and financial locations in and around Shaikh Zayed Road and Al Khail Road. His work involves picking up...
By WAM www.emirates247.com The UAE today officially received the flag as the host of the next world's largest expo in Dubai in 2020 during a grand ceremony in French capital of Paris. President and Director of the Paris-based Bureau International des...
The Public Transport Agency, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) became the first Middle Eastern entity to obtain the internationally acclaimed Assets Management Certification of Conformity to the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 55 assessment awarded by the British SGS Group.
Al-Futtaim Motors, exclusive distributor of Toyota in the UAE, recently signed a contract with Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) for the additional supply of 1,638 Toyota Camry and Innova vehicles.
A group of taxi drivers has filed a complaint against a transport company for making them work long hours and for docking their salaries and commission to pay for the cost of their visas, labour cards, medical test among others. The taxi drivers told Gulf News their company, Metro Taxi LLC, had set their salaries at Dh300 as stipulated in their labour contracts. The amount includes all allowances.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is seriously considering a proposal from six taxi franchise companies in Dubai to hike taxi fares in the near future. The Public Transport Agency (PTA) at RTA, the body that regulates taxi affairs in Dubai, is under considerable pressure from the franchise companies to raise fares following the double hike in fuel prices over the last six months.
By Muby Asger, Staff Reporter, XPRESS www.gulfnews.com Dubai: British expat Rechel Shah was on a mission. She had met a man she describes as an unsung hero. A man whose selfless courage brought tears to her eyes. Unknowingly, she let...
The Taxi Work Group, Middle East & North Africa (Mena) at the International Public Transport Association (UITP), recently held its inaugural meeting at the premises of the Dubai Taxi Corporation and Public Transport Agency.