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Meydan One Mall ‘set to be benchmark for quality’

The Meydan Group has announced that its new Meydan One Mall will set a new benchmark in quality for future retail and leisure experiences. The...

Dubai taxi at your doorstep in 14 minutes

By Shafaat Shahbandari, Staff Reporter  www.gulfnews.com Dubai: Taxis in Dubai take just 14 minutes to reach your doorstep once the booking has been registered, the Roads...

WiFi, kiosk and mini mart at 100 bus stops in Dubai

Dubai; A hundred bus stops in Dubai have been converted into smart shelters, each equipped with free WiFi, a smart kiosk, a mini mart...

RTA move to bridle cabbies with “Back off Radio”

By Staff  www.khaleejtimes.com Dubai — A “Back off Radio” will now alert taxi drivers when they are too close to the car in front, a...

5 crazy cabbie stories of 2014 – what to do if...

By Majorie van Leijen  www.emirates247.com Crazy cabbies are a global phenomenon. Wherever you go, you are likely to face an odd, unexpected or unpleasant experience. Not all...

Illegal taxis: The risky choice for passengers

By Dhanusha Gokulan/Staff Reporter  www.khaleejtimes.com Ali M* drives around in a tinted maroon coloured Toyota Corolla in areas like Downtown Dubai, Business Bay, and financial locations...

RTA launches Drone Service to monitor completion of vital projects

Source:  http://gulftoday.ae/ The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched the Drone Service to facilitate the monitoring of completed phases of RTA’s vital projects, thus...

Completion rate of Dubai Tram hits 93 per cent

His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority RTA, announced that completion rate in the entire works of the Dubai Tram project has now hit 93 percent.

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.