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Dubai RTA Celebrates 15th Anniversary

The RTA has implemented strategic plans for upgrading the infrastructure of roads, mass transit systems, pedestrian facilities and traffic safety. It has also constructed and operated a host of strategic projects for increasing road networks and public transport services.

RTA’s drive has been characterised by focusing on sustainability and bringing about a paradigm shift in public transit services as evidendent by the construction of the Dubai Metro, Dubai Tram, new bus stations and improved bus and marine transport services.

It is also reflected in the construction of roads, bridges and flyovers, the introduction of smart technologies and apps, and the implementation of transport policies to achieve an integrated and sustainable transport system.

His Excellency Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of RTA expressed thanks and appreciation to the Dubai Government for their invaluable support and sustained patronage of RTA’s projects.

Al Tayer said: “RTA is forging ahead with projects and initiatives to improve public transport infrastructure and services, roads and the standard of living in the city to bring happiness to inhabitants, be it citizens, residents or visitors.

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“RTA is also endeavouring to drive the smart transformation of customer services and improve its business model.

“For this sake, it focuses on adopting corporate agility practices such that it will be capable to keep pace with the successive changes and the global trends and at the same maintain its leading role in the industry.”

“Dubai boasts of high-class roads and transport infrastructure characterised by top quality and wide geographical coverage of the entire Emirate. By the end of 2019, the total length of roads network increased to about 18,000 lane-kilometre compared to 8,715 lane-kilometre in 2006.

via www.transportandlogisticsme.com

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