Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will introduce a new smart technology system that will help manage the supply and demand of taxis at...
The Dubai Road and Transport Authority (RTA) and Network International, a payment solutions provider in the Middle East, today entered into a partnership that will enable passengers using the RTA's taxis to pay fares using Nol, credit and debit cards.
By Shafaat Shahbandari, Staff Reporter www.gulfnews.com Dubai: Passengers will soon be able to complete their check-in procedures on their way to airports in Dubai as Dubai...
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the completion of linking 300 signalised junctions with the Central Light Traffic Control System; which represents about 75 per cent of light signals in Dubai.
The move comes in the context of the DTC’s plan to keep pace with the smart transformation drive involving the use of cutting-edge and smart technologies in various services provided to customers.
The commute between Abu Dhabi and Dubai may be slashed to 30 minutes if the inventors of an electric “superbus” have their way. The Superbus concept, the work of an astronaut and a former Formula One aerodynamics expert, will be showcased at the Commercial Vehicles Middle East trade event in Dubai from March 14.
Taxi passengers in Dubai are confused as some taxis have started charging Salik but most have not — despite an earlier announcement by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) that Dubai’s 8,000 taxis would start charging Salik from Tuesday. Gulf News has learnt that the meters of most taxis are still to be synchronised to add the Salik toll automatically.
By Staff www.emirates247.com There is good news for those of us who take frequent cab rides – and those who frequent stay in hotels. Hotel operator...
His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority RTA, announced that completion rate in the entire works of the Dubai Tram project has now hit 93 percent.
A motorist using the iPhone will not have to remember the confusing procedure of mParking any more. The new RTA app comes with a small form with clear fields to punch in the required details. As if that was not enough, the app saves the plate number when it is punched in once.