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The plan came about after a significant reduction of over-speeding fines following the introduction of Aman in some units in 2013.
Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has pre-launched its new mobile app that will allow users to book taxis, track the car’s journey and calculate the fare. The new application will enable users to provide feedback on their journey and is also designed to help users who suffer from hearing disabilities.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, inaugurated the event, which is marking its 31st edition this year as the region’s most veritable showcase for the latest ICT trends and futuristic technologies.
The Taxi Media system uses a GPS system that tracks the taxi, so the screens can display ads according to their location and time.
By WAM  www.emirates247.com Dubai - RTA’s Dubai Taxi Corporation has exhibited its new environment-friendly school buses to a number of school administrators in the Emirate of Dubai to acquaint them with the advanced technical specifications and designs featured on the...
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority, has made 15,834,000 trips lifting in the process 23,751,000 passengers in six months this year (Jan to June) through daily operations and several events served in the Emirate. While revealing the statistics of DTC Fleet Operations Department, Director Yousef Mohammed Al Ali confirmed that all sections were ready to meet the daily requirements and needs of the fleet including repairs, maintenance and cleaning of 3504 affiliated taxicabs deployed as follows: Airport Taxi: 350 cabs, Hatta Taxi: 3 cabs, District Taxi: 20 cabs, Ladies Taxi: 26 cabs, and Commission Taxi: 3105 cabs.
A total of 6,650 Emirati taxi cab plate owners have been awarded a bonus of $7.24m, or an average of $1,089 each, by Dubai’s ruler.
By Staff  www.arabianbusiness.com Uber Technologies Inc, the app-based taxi service part-owned by Qatar, is to invest $250 million in expansion plans in the Middle East and North Africa, a senior executive has said. The region has some of the ride-sharing service’s...
Source:  www.thenational.ae Worldwide, the taxi business has been disrupted by transport apps like Uber and Careem. These allow people to hire private cars for short trips, a result which directly impacts the bottom line of taxi companies across the globe. The...
By Staff  http://www.emirates247.com/ The Public Transport Agency, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has embarked on an initiative setting out new world-class standards for enticing and recruiting cabdrivers in Dubai. The step, which is taken in collaboration with one of the leading...

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