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Dubai to go green on taxis too

A fleet of 20 eco-friendly taxis will hit the Dubai roads soon, as they form part of Dubai Taxi Corporations fleet, aimed at reducing pollution due to vehicle emissions.


The Acting CEO of Dubai Taxi, Ahmad Mohammed Al Hammadi, said the RTA makes un-remitting efforts to bring about a shift in infrastructure systems of mass transit, so that they are eco-friendly and meet the huge demand for transportation in the emirate.


The vehicles were launched yesterday during an official ceremony at Al Wasel Auditorium at the Headquarters of RTA.


Posted on 26/9/2013

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