The new station boasts of a state-of-the-art design that caters to the needs of sustainability and people of determination, yet coherent with the identity and shape of the RTA’s stations.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has deployed 203 Expo Riders buses to serve and transport visitors free of cost to the exhibition from 18 stations, with 9 of them in Dubai.
In the latest move aimed to expand the internal bus network, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will launch a new bus route in Dubai from Sept.9. SM1 the new route, will start from the Gold Souk Bus Station to Souk Al Marfa at Deira Islands.
The training aims to provide high-class service to the clients with the best in the industry worldwide and according to the standards of Dubai. Special badges, which will have to be fitted on the uniforms during working hours, were given to the honouree taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs.
RTA’s joint efforts with the General HQ of Dubai Police have reduced road accident fatalities from almost 22 cases to 1.8 cases per 100,000 between 2006 and 2020, and reduced pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 population from 9.5 to 0.5 between 2007 and 2020," noted Al Tayer.
Qualifying drivers of delivery bikes is part of RTA’s continuous efforts to bring happiness to customers and ensure compliance with the highest safety standards. It also contributes to the reduction of traffic incidents.
The project, which extends eight kilometres along Ras Al Khor Road, runs from the intersection of the Dubai-Al Ain Road to the junction of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
The newly constructed road has been widened from three to six lanes in the direction of Al Ain. The sector, which extends 8km, starts from Bu Kadra Junction to the junction of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road with Dubai-Al Ain Road.
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.