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...
The Middle East will see a significant increase in the adoption of electric cars despite widespread misconceptions of the technology and a relative lack...
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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.
At the launch of the corporation's 24-hour booking system, called Any Time Booking, Abdul Aziz Abdullah Al Shuhail, the company's director of technical support department, said as part of the new system, customers will be able to request one of the STC's family taxis, which are driven by women, or an ordinary cab. The corporation has increased the number of cabs with female drivers from eight to 23 in order to cater for families and women who do not feel comfortable travelling in taxis driven by men.