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Cabdrivers educative program launched by RTA Dubai Taxi, Public Transport Agency

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The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has teamed up with Public Transport Agency at Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to run an educative program for DTC taxi drivers focusing on traffic offences, as well as procedures and policies adopted by both bodies towards improving the code of conduct and quality of service delivered to the public.

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UAE: Temperature dips below 0°C for second time in 3 days

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Al Ain has been witnessing a cold wave, with water freezing over in some areas.

Public buses to Dubai’s Global Village to restart service ahead October 25 opening

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Dubai: The public bus service to Global Village will resume on October 25, this time with deluxe coaches, when the new season starts, Dubai’s...
Dubai RTA reaches milestone of over a billion taxi riders

Dubai RTA reaches milestone of over a billion taxi riders

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has indicated that the taxi fleet recorded an exponential growth from 81 to 5,201 vehicles, with the number...

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New English ‘tests’ for Dubai taxi drivers

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Compressed gas to power public transport with less pollution

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Dubai to continue kids-go-free campaign this summer

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New stops on roads to Dubai

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Sharjah Transport Corporation (STC) has installed new bus stops for route 113 (Sharjah-Al Qusais) and route 308 (Sharjah- Jebel Ali-Al Qouz), both routes Dubai bound. A Inter City Transportation manager at STC, Adel Khaleel Al Hosany said that the new bus stops were commissioned on Thursday on Al Maliha, King Faisal and Al Wahda roads, to ease bus travel for commuters between the two cities.