Reed Exhibitions, the world’s leading event organizer with over 520 events annually across over 45 economic sectors, announced that it is organizing SiTL Middle East, a brand-new trade show focused on providing the latest developments
The Roads and Transport Authority further said it seeks to provide extensive support to community members during this challenging period and stressed that everyone’s cooperation is critical to combat the pandemic.
RTA will launch Bus Route (F81), a new metro link service on Sunday (Oct.25). It will also open a dedicated bus lane on Al Khan & Mamzar links for Route (E303) to lift commuters between Dubai and Sharjah.
The first is Route E306 where buses will start from Al Ghubaiba Bus station in Dubai and head to Al Jubail Bus Station in Sharjah via the dedicated bus route of Al Mamzar, at a frequency of 20 minutes. Six double-deck buses will be deployed on this route.
The highlights of the plan include broadening the use of electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles and buses in the fleets of public transport, school buses, taxis and limousines to reach the targeted 100% rate by 2050.
Zero emission refers to an engine, motor, process, or other energy source, that emits no waste products that pollute the environment or disrupt the climate. And for that Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has endorsed a long-term plan to
Five organisations that specialise in gauging global competitiveness have ranked the UAE among the top 20 countries 2020 across 13 indexes related to transport, adding to the country’s track record in this sector.
7,166 bus drivers, including 5,706 taxi drivers, vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of May 2021 in a campaign launched in coordination with the Department of Health and Abu Dhabi Health Service Company in Abu Dhabi Emirate.
Popularly known as Hyperloop Dubai or the Virgin Hyperloop One, this multi-billion dollar project will reduce travel time for Dubai-Abu Dhabi commuters from an hour or so to 12 minutes.