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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.
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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...
The Dubai Metro services have been restored after a reported technical snag resulted in 40-minute delays. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai confirmed...
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said it was now up to the driver whether he wants to wear a tie, which until now has been a compulsory part of their uniform.
“The working hours of marine transit systems during Eid ul-Adha holidays will be as follows: Water Bus from 07:00 am up to 10:00 pm, Ferry Dubai from 09:00 am up to 07:00 pm, and the Water Taxi from 10:00 am up to 03:00 am starting from tomorrow (Thursday) and during the first and second Eid days only.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the service timings for availing different RTA services during the forthcoming Eid Al Fitr holidays via customer service centers, paid parking zones, public buses, Dubai Metro, marine transit means, driving schools and vehicles' testing and registration centers.
Majestic Wings, a private jet charter services company based in Dubai, has signed an agreement with Dubai World Central (DWC) to establish a fixed-base operators facility within the project's Aviation District. The company, which provides VIP air transportation, executive handling, charter and land services for business aircraft, is owned by Sheikh Hamad bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan and Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Nahyan.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has recently offered a Umrah trip to 45 outstanding cabdrivers (first batch) in the context of its objectives to improve drivers' satisfaction rating, and boost the psychological and social atmosphere, which contributes to raising the operational efficiency and attaining higher customer satisfaction.
“Drivers work 12 hours, seven days a week because we consider them partners, not employees,” says Metro Taxi's Murraih Ibrahim. This is how the firm justifies raking in cash for anything from tire repairs to license plate registration. He adds that technically the drivers have a salary, but they don't actually get paid.
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