Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will begin the distribution of the 2021 bonuses to the entitled recipients, in addition to their annual dues, during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
RTA has announced that it would open this May Saih Al-Dahal Road Improvement Project which links Saih Al-Salam Road with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.
It supports the efforts to make Dubai a bicycle-friendly city and culminates the huge success of the trial operation of the e-scooter that started in October 2020.
Named DS1, the service will start commuting between Expo 2020 Metro Station and Dubai South as of May 19, 2022. It aims to improve the integration between public transport and urban planning in the emirate.
The electronic platform will be ready to operate and available to the public starting from the 28th of this April. RTA stated that the permit will be required for those who use the scooter on the designated streets.
The Auctions will support the efforts of the "1 Billion Meals” initiative, the largest in the region to provide food support to the underprivileged and undernourished, especially children, refugees, displaced people, and those affected by disasters and crises.
The parking will be free of charge (except for multi-storey parking) from April 30 until May 6, 2022. Parking fees will be reactivated from May 7.
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RTA’s Ramadan initiatives target a wide range of community segments such as bus drivers, workers, delivery bike drivers and truck drivers, orphans and low-income families.
RTA will allocate two Dubai ferries and one water taxi during the World Cup, and service timings will be synchronised with match schedules, with a one-way fare of Dhs25 for the economy class and Dhs35 for the gold class.