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Speed cameras monitoring these UAE roads on Monday

In a bid to alert motorists and prevent any untowardly incident, the Abu Dhabi police on its Twitter handle has released details of roads...

Emiratis may soon drive taxis in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi: Emiratis may soon be driving taxis in Abu Dhabi in an upcoming move by Abu Dhabi’s taxi regulatory authority, a top transport...

How to create a lasting impression at the airport

Unlicensed taxis pose a threat to road safety across the country. They are unregulated, generally unsafe and drivers aren’t properly insured. Some don’t even...

Dubai Int’l hits new record as passenger numbers soar in July

Passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport rose by 14 percent to hit a record 7.6 million in July, compared to the same month a...

Dubai to Abu Dhabi in a flying taxi? Airbus looks to...

The daily commute is a grind for millions of people, whether it is into Manhattan, Tokyo or along the E11 from Dubai to Abu...

Abu Dhabi sharing scheme could drive illegal taxis off roads

By Ramona Ruiz  www.thenational.ae ABU DHABI // A taxi-sharing scheme in the capital to serve workers on low incomes is a better and safer option than...

Apps can give taxi operators new ideas

Source:  www.thenational.ae Worldwide, the taxi business has been disrupted by transport apps like Uber and Careem. These allow people to hire private cars for short...

Abu Dhabi taxis to have CCTV cameras

Source:  www.emirates247.com Abu Dhabi taxis will soon have CCTV security cameras, said the Centre for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars, reported ‘Emarat Al Youm’. The...

New e-licensing system for Abu Dhabi cabbies

In an effort to enhance the hire cars sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the Centre for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars (TransAD) has launched the new Intelligent Electronic Licensing System for taxi drivers.

Dubai taxi driver fled with passenger’s laptop, smartphone and passport, court...

A taxi driver stole Dh7,000 worth of a passenger’s goods, a court heard. Pakistani driver W A, 26, drove off with her bag containing a laptop, smartphone and her passport, among other items, after she had asked him to wait for her.