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Dubai Taxi adds hybrid vehicles to limo fleet

RTA’s Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has beefed up its luxury limousine taxi fleet with hybrid vehicles type Lexus, Model ES300H 2017. The move comes as...

Dubai Taxi inks agreement to use limo in tours service

The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with Lama Desert Tours & Cruises L.L.C., a...

DTC achieves high rate in curbing taxi accidents in 2016

RTA’s Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) revealed that it had achieved a high indicator in reducing the rate of accidents sustained by its taxicabs in...

Dubai Taxi partners with Cartrawler for overseas bookings

Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) is now able to receive overseas bookings after signing a partnership deal with Irish rental and booking firm Cartrawler. Prepaid bookings...

Dubai Taxi installs in-cab interactive LCDs, launches Wi-Fi service

RTA’s Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has started fitting interactive LCD touch screens together with free Wi-Fi service to its taxi fleet. The test-run of...

Dubai Taxi experiments new device to curb accidents and enhance safety

Source:  www.rta.ae The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has fitted a new device (branded as Brake-Plus) on a number...

More Hala Taxis in Dubai make life easier for customers

Hala Taxis can be hired only through bookings made at the booking and dispatch centre of the Roads and Transport Agency.

Taxi shortage hits Dubai commuters during evenings

Dubai: Residents using public transport in Dubai are crying foul over the lack of taxis during the evening hours as taxi drivers refuse to pick them up on the pretext of changing shifts.

Al Tayer opens first smart cabbies training center in Dubai

Through this Center, which is supervised by Drivers Affairs Department, RTA Public Transport Agency, the RTA seeks to raise the bar on the traffic safety of the taxi service as well as the quality of services delivered to passengers in a bid to clients happier.

Ties no longer mandatory for Dubai cabbies amid safety concerns

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.