Developing the public transportation system creates in-country value to the Emirate of Dubai and the UAE. This is largely achievable by building and expanding the transportation infrastructure, creating unique public-private partnerships and agreements, investing in locally based suppliers and developing the UAE’s national talents. All these contribute to the UAE’s vision of diversifying the economy and creating a strong knowledge-based economy. RTA’s definition of economic development and growth are those contributions that meet the needs and requirements of the community through local growth and sustainable economic development. RTA aims to continue developing and expanding the transportation infrastructure and services to increase reach, accessibility and innovative services to all stakeholders. The ‘Economic Prosperity’ pillar focuses our objectives and efforts towards following three key areas:
RTA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Enterprise Singapore, the industry leader in enterprise development. The MoU aims to benefit from the best trading and investment practices of public transport and mobility in Singapore.
The proceeds of the 109th Open Auction for Distinctive Vehicle Number Plates held by Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) held at the Ritz-Carlton Dubai Hotel on Saturday 12th March 2022 exceeded AED29.938 million.
RTA and Careem launched Phase II of bike rental service (bike-share) by adding 950 pedal-assisted e-bikes (bikes operated by pedals and kinetic energy), and 95 stations, which will bring the total number of bikes in Dubai to 1,750 bikes at 175 stations.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority will organise the 4th Emirati-French Business Engagement Summit on Feb 28th 2022 under the theme: Innovative & Sustainable Mobility Solutions – Building the City of Tomorrow, in partnership with CCI France UAE.
RTA has signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MoU), the first with the Canadian Business Council of Dubai, and the other with Enterprise Ireland. The two MoUs aim to benefit from the best trading and investment practices of the public transport industry and mobility in Canada and Ireland.
The super number plates (E 55) and (W 29) top a fascinating pack of 100 fancy licensing plates of two, three, four and five digits which will be on offer at the forthcoming 107th open auction of RTA
The agreement signed to this effect entitles this local group’s two leading retail brands in the region: Max Fashion and Centrepoint,
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has introduced a new structure to regulate commercial transport activities named: ‘The Support, Transport and Rental Activities
His Excellency Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), revealed that the total revenues of RTA collected via digital channels (e-payment portal and smart kiosks) amounted to AED2.655 billion in 2020.
RTA has endorsed a project for integrated transport and flexible mobility around 9 Expo 2020 bus stations. RTA shall undertake the project in collaboration with Nakheel, Dubai Silicon Oasis, TECOM, and Dubai Properties.
RTA has devised a new 3D printing technology to manufacture spare parts for electromechanical systems and cladding materials used in the maintenance of RTA’s roads and road facilities.
RTA has added one year to the prescribed operating life of registered limousines that will fall due for replacement in 2022-2024. The step aims to support companies operating in this sector, which were affected by Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has honoured the best-performing contractors and vendors working with the RTA in 2020, as well as the companies winning the Taxi Excellence Awards in 2019.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently won a bronze award in the circular economy as part of the British Global Good Awards, which saw intense competition from top entities across the globe.
RTA had demonstrated its superior global standing in a benchmarking study about asset management practices commissioned by Atkins, a specialist in administrative consultancies.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has won the Best International Innovation Award in the field of Rails Infrastructure Maintenance Management System (RIMMS)
RTA praised the compliance of limousine operators and franchise taxi companies, working in tourism and recreational destinations in the emirate, with the rules and regulations governing these two sectors.
Dubai’s Road Facilities Construction Condition Index has reached 98.95%, which translates the relentless efforts of various teams of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). The technical assessment of road facilities condition is conducted under the Bridges Maintenance Management System (BMMS).
The inspection teams of the Licensing Agency have embarked on this type of inspection of heavy vehicles since last year.
His Excellency Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer announced that the construction completion rate had reached 90% for the roads and bridges leading to Al Khail Avenue Mall, the new shopping and leisure destination at Jumeirah Village Triangle.
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