The stations feature unique designs that form a blend of creative & practical solutions to engineering designs and a new concept of mass transit means.
The fare of abra service on Al Fahidi – Old Deira Souq is Dhs2 per person from Saturday to Thursday from 08:00 am to 10:45 pm. On Friday, the timing is from 10:00 am to 11:45 pm.
In line with Dubai Government’s Paperless Strategy and its keenness to provide smart services, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) decided to cease the issuance of printed tickets in respect of vehicle violations in Dubai.
RTA will issue e-tickets only via e-mail or text messages. All details of the offence will be communicated through these two channels.
The lane extends 4.3 km from the intersection of Khalid Bin Al Waleed Street-Al Mina Street up to a point just before the intersection of Zabeel Street, and in both directions.
Roads and Transport Authority, in collaboration with Serco, operator of Dubai Metro and Tram, has recently completed preventive maintenance works for grinding Dubai Metro rail tracks that extend about 300 km.
Once the trials, which are scheduled for the month of February, are over the service will be available at the Dubai International Airport.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) recently launched an inspection campaign for passenger transport activities in more than 100 spots across Dubai and resulted in 3,303 offences.
Sheikh Hamdan took to Twitter and said, “As promised in September 2019,the results of Dubai Gov't Customer & Employee Happiness Index are released every year on January 18. This year's results are promising, despite global COVID-19 challenges. Average customer happiness reached 84% & average employee happiness reached 89%.”
The inauguration of the lane follows the completion of a trial period of the lane which contributes to improving the bus journey time by as much as 24 per cent and delivering better services to public transport riders.