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Uber is losing $2 billion a year, new report says, with...

A new analysis of Uber's financial data suggests the ride-hailing company is losing as much as $2 billion a year, with passengers on average...

Dubai Canal update: Charter a water taxi for Dh400

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will operate marine transport services at nine new stations along the Dubai Water Canal and Business Bay. Once the...

Wallet: Lost and found

A Dh15 taxi ride from BurJuman to the Gold Souq nearly ended up costing Patricia Nsanze all her savings. In Dubai on holiday with her husband Arthur Semaana, Nsanze dropped her wallet on the floor of a National Taxi at 8pm on March 21. Inside were multiple credit and ATM cards, identity cards, social security, health and insurance cards, a UK driver's licence, over a thousand dirhams, hundreds of dollars and thousands of African shillings.

Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates the Dubai Water Canal

Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has inaugurated the second...

Dubai Taxi starts selling water in taxicabs, in coop with Al...

In keeping with its drive to deliver excellent customer services and attain customers satisfaction, the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) in cooperation with Al Ain Mineral Water Co, has kicked off the selling of mineral water bottles in its taxi fleet in an initial trial phase covering 350 taxicabs comprising Airport Taxi fleet, for a 3 months period, following which the results and process of the project will be assessed.

Dubai taxi driver locks up women inside his car

A taxi driver allegedly locked up two women inside his car after they failed to pay him the taxi fare, the Court of First...

A milestone for public transport

More and more people around the world are moving to cities and urban areas. Therefore, pressures on urban infrastructure will come to define the...

Dubai Taxi offers school pick-up service

Al Ayadi Al Ameena Service by lady cabbies will be available for kids under 10 studying in Dubai schools on monthly payment. Dubai Taxi has pitched in to contribute its services to ensure safety of school children in the wake of recent cases where bus employees have been accused of inappropriate behaviour.

Arab man gets jail for jumping Dubai tram signal

An Arab man has been sentenced to one month in jail and ordered to pay Dh3,000 worth of a fine by the Dubai Traffic...

INTERVIEW: Uber drives job growth in the Middle East

Source:  www.zawya.com "Over 19,000 work opportunities have been created in the Middle East over the last two years with Uber," Palaniappan said. "When you think...

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From flying taxis to robocops – Dubai as tech pioneer

From flying taxis to Batman-style surveillance motorcycles, Dubai's GITEX expo this week showcased innovations that were symbols of the city-state's ambitions to be a...

Now hail a Tesla in UAE with your Uber app

Uber, in partnership with Dubai Taxi Corporation, was on Sunday announced as the exclusive ride-hailing partner for DTC's fleet of electric vehicles in the...

Uber and Dubai’s RTA in talks for cheap mass transport services...

Uber is in talks with Dubai to set up a new low cost transport service, even as it faces the loss of its operating...

Dubai Maritime City Authority briefs RTA on ‘Sea Dubai’ initiative, reviews...

HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) praised the ‘Sea Dubai’ initiative...

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