The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has won seven of the Middle East Call Center awards presented by Insights ME, ITP and IQPC. RTA’s Call Center (8009090) won these awards as part of its endeavours to keep pace with...
Source: www.zawya.com The tug-of-war between Cairo taxi drivers and online companies like Uber and Careem does not seem to be coming to an end, with licenced taxi drivers continuing to protest against the app-based companies, accusing them of unfair competition...
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 Anwar Ahmad www.thenational.ae ABU DHABI // Abu Dhabi’s ambitious multimillion-dirham street-sign project has not had the smoothest rollout. First there were street numbers, then there were street names. Now the Department of Municipal Affairs has introduced a hybrid version with names...
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 Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has teamed up with its strategic partner Emirates Islamic Bank to dispatch the second batch of cab drivers to perform Umrah, officials announced yesterday. The 50 drivers were chosen based on years of experience, performance, revenues, accidents, complaints, and good conduct.
A new cab service, focusing on offering safer services for women and children especially, was launched by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) Monday. Called the "In-Safe-Hands Taxi Service", it allows passengers to book the cabs for daily, weekly or monthly use after signing an agreement with the RTA.
Visitors to the emirate are to receive a warm welcome from a team of helpful greeters. The initiative aims to give travellers help from friendly guides as well as warn them about the dangers of using illegal taxis.
Emarat’s petrol stations are back in business after delivery problems caused a four-day fuel shortage at stations across Dubai. Staff were forced to turn motorists away after a delayed fuel shipment halted supplies and saw pumps across the city run dry, but station managers said Thursday normal service had resumed.
The Roads and Transportation Authority, which operates Dubai Taxi Corporation, was quick to reassure that the petrol price increase would not be reflected in its rates, which has a minimum fare of Dh10.