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

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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.

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RTA and Visa collaborate to study futuristic digital payment in transport and enable cashless...

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As part of the collaboration, both parties will share best practices and mutually beneficial experiences as well as conduct joint studies to identify customer pain points and design optimal solutions.

Al Tayer: 188% surge in marine transport network by 2030

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Under the plan, the marine transit fleet would be beefed up by 32% to reach 258 means, and the number of marine transport stations would see a 65% rise to encompass 79 stations by 2030.
Dubai: Dos and don’ts for e-scooter riders

Dubai: Dos and don’ts for e-scooter riders

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Riders must refrain from using dual headsets and inform authorities in case of accidents, even if no one is hurt.

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New Dubai water taxi service to launch on Wed

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Emirates airline’s global ‘Kids Go Free’ campaign.

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