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RTA praises French ties

30 Nov 2011

Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA, recently received HE Eric Giraud Telem, French Consul General in Dubai, accompanied by Jean-Claude de Peru, Economic Advisor of the French Embassy in Abu Dhabi.

Dubai Taxi Corporation honours distinguished cabbies at ceremony

28 Nov 2011

The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the RTA recently honoured 155 distinguished cabdrivers under the Cabdrivers Performance Management System for the second quarter of this year, in recognition of their distinguished performance and dedication to providing superior customer service.

RTA meets Metro partners

27 Nov 2011

The Customers Council of the RTA recently held its 26th gathering with the strategic partners of the Rail Agency to discuss the commercial affairs of the Dubai Metro with regards to the positioning of advertisements as well as the naming rights of the Metro stations and retail outlets. Such interaction will enhance the cooperation between stakeholders, raise customer satisfaction, and deliver quality services at world-class standards.

RTA advice on wet roads

25 Nov 2011

The RTA has called on motorists and road users to exercise care and caution while driving under poor visibility due to foggy conditions.Engineer Maitha bint Udai, CEO of the Traffic and Roads Agency, said that driving in fog required every precaution, as excessive speed during such conditions could result in surprising situations that the driver cannot avoid.

Parking systems revamped

26 Nov 2011

The Parking Department at the Traffic and Roads Agency of the RTA has embarked on a new set of actions to diminish observations and complaints made by the public as regards to parking offences. Such procedures resulted in reducing parking observations and complaints by as much as 45 per cent in 2010 compared to 2009. Meanwhile, the reduction trend continued this year as statistics reveal that, up to the end of last August,observations and complaints reported dropped by almost 43 per cent.