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Taxi drivers in Dubai are being offered a reward for any information that will help locate missing British sailor Timothy MacColl. The precise amount of the cash reward is not known but taxi drivers in Dubai were sent an SMS message last week asking for any leads that could help authorities shed new light on MacColl’s disappearance.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saaed for Traffic Systems Co, Abu Dhabi in the framework of its initiative to share knowledge and expertise in a bid to raise the caliber of systems and regulations related to the planning of Management of Accidents and Technical Services Operations.
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.
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Dubai International has won top honours at Business Travel Awards 2010 by out-performing other renowned international hubs including Changi Airport, Singapore and Incheon International Airport, South Korea. The airport was named the Best Worldwide Airport. The award is the first for the year and the fifteenth international award garnered by Dubai International over the past two years.
Dubai Parks & Resorts (DPR), the Middle East's largest integrated theme park destination, is set to open its many gates to the public in...
Cars Taxi Services Co LLC – Dubai was established in the year 2000 under the strategic vision of Government of Dubai in forming a...
The Taxi Work Group, Middle East & North Africa (Mena) at the International Public Transport Association (UITP), recently held its inaugural meeting at the premises of the Dubai Taxi Corporation and Public Transport Agency.
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.
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.
The GM-backed self-driving car developer signed an exclusive agreement with the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority to operate a fleet of taxis.
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Expo 2020 Dubai news
More than 2,400 MT of steel provided for the construction across the four pavilions
Al Ain has been witnessing a cold wave, with water freezing over in some areas.
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’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...