(RTA) announced that the initial phase of Dubai Master Plan for ‘Soft Mobility’ would be completed March 2020. He revealed that this phase covered three residential districts namely Karama, Mankhool, and Al Qusais 1.
The Soft Mobility Plan aims to develop a user-friendly and integrated transport infrastructure aimed at linking urban developments and catchment areas. The plan envisages the use of non-conventional transit means such as walking and cycling as well as the use of electric scooters. It addresses first and last-mile challenges by providing an infrastructure that supports the integration of mobility such as the construction of cycling tracks, pedestrian crossings and rest areas, shaded paths, landscaped areas, parking for rented cars, and bike racks.
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