The large response to these auctions promotes healthy competition to obtain these special numbers.
The revenues of the 101st number plate public auction organised by Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) reached Dhs23,475,000 on Saturday.
The number plate (12 W) was the highest, selling at Dhs4 million followed by the number plate (20 Z), auctioned at Dhs2,760,000 and while number (222 Z) made Dhs1,750,000.
In this public auction, RTA offered 90 distinctive two, three, four and five digits for the distinctive vehicle number plates of the codes I-J-K-L-M-N-P-Q-R-S-T-W-Z.
RTA, with the introduction of distinctive vehicle number plates through public and online auctions, encourages healthy competition among potential bidders as the numbers represent special dates, events, aspirations, or important landmarks in their lives.
RTA seeks to organise the auctions according to the market demand and enhance customer happiness. The large response to these auctions promotes healthy competition to obtain these special numbers.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has integrated a robot-operated vehicle registration plate maker in Dubai. The fully-automated machine can produce 33,000 plates per day.
Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), is launching 9 new bus routes and improving others as of April 7, 2019.
The project lies between Al Maktoum and the Floating Bridges. All construction of road works and underpasses for the project are scheduled for completion by June-end.
The Public Transport Agency at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) - Dubai has launched the first bus on the new route between Dubai and Al Ain Region. The initiative was organised in coordination with the Department of Transport (DoT), in Abu Dhabi.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will not run against Narendra Modi. The Congress on Thursday announced that five-time MLA Ajay Rai will once again face Modi in Varanasi.
Wearing their black robes, some of the judges carried signs reading "judges for change" as they marched through central Khartoum, the witness said.
Sri Lanka's government has come under increasing pressure over the revelation it failed to act on intelligence about planned attacks, which claimed nearly 360 lives, and Hemasiri Fernando had been widely expected to step down.