Emirati taxi operators in Dubai have been awarded a payment of AED26.4m ($7.17m) by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to help buffer rising living costs. The bonus will be given to Emirati owners of taxicab number plates, who lease the 6,542 plates to state-owned firms such as the Dubai Taxi Agency in exchange for an annual fee.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saaed for Traffic Systems Co, Abu Dhabi in the framework of its initiative to share knowledge and expertise in a bid to raise the caliber of systems and regulations related to the planning of Management of Accidents and Technical Services Operations.
Source: www.rta.ae RTA’s Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has signed a contract with Al Dobowi Tyres Group to supply Korean’s Hankook tyres for its Taxi fleet for a period of two years amounting to AED12 million. Dr. Yousef Al Ali, CEO of...
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), represented by the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), has recently signed a contract with Al Dobowi for the supply of South Korean’s Hankook Tyres for taxicabs. The contract runs for two years subject to renewal, and the approximate contracted value for the first year is AED 10,558,195.
Traffic always has been and always will be a bone of contention on New Year's Eve. Only plan to drive if you absolutely must. And plan well in that case. Bear in mind that you may have to get to your venue hours before the event so as not to miss it due to snaking traffic on the streets.
By Staff www.gulfnews.com Dubai: Innovation is not an intellectual luxury or propaganda but the secret behind the government’s existence, His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said during...
According to law, illegal car lift services or illegal passengers transport is using private vehicles to transport passengers for a fee without a licence.
"When the ‘Vehicles with No Lost Items' campaign was first organised in July last year, 21 valuable items were left behind in cabs by officials posing as passengers and three drivers chose not to return them," Mohammad Yousuf Salih, acting director of fleet operations at Dubai Taxi Corporation, told Gulf News.
Projects in the pipeline that will be offered out for private sector involvement include a number of marine stations and multi-storey car parks planned for the emirate, he said. The RTA is also mulling the privatisation of its water taxi services, Younes said.
Taxi drivers in Dubai are being offered a reward for any information that will help locate missing British sailor Timothy MacColl. The precise amount of the cash reward is not known but taxi drivers in Dubai were sent an SMS message last week asking for any leads that could help authorities shed new light on MacColl’s disappearance.