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25/11/2013 - The latest behavioural guide issued to tourists in different languages, circulated by the UAE police, emphasizes that identification card should be carried by the tourists at all times and that they should be able to produce it to security officers upon request.
4/11/2013 - The Dh 500mn Dubai Water Canal project contract to elevate the Sheikh Zayed Road above the course of Dubai Water Canal, and modify the road path, has been awarded by Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
15/10/2013 - Preparations are underway to serve more than 1mn commuters a day during the Eid holidays, and the Dubai RTA has deployed additional buses, trains and taxis to cater to the anticipated Eid crowd.
30/9/2013 - The RTA (Roads and Transport Authority) in Dubai has announced its partnership with Etisalat and du to launch the first Smart NoL Service for Dubai commuters using public transport.
29/8/2013 - According to a new initiative by Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), beginning 15th September, the bus, taxi and truck drivers are required to produce medical permits to drive, and they have to be renewed annually.
22/8/2013 - The new Land Transport Act will get effective on 1st September 2013 in UAE.
12/8/2013 - Cycling enthusiasts in Dubai can now begin using cycling tracks, which have been recently completed across various communities in Jumeirah, Bur Dubai, Mankhool and other areas.
6/8/2013 - The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai, has now activated the NoL cards (smart cards used to pay fares electronically in public transports) to be used in the inter-city buses, thereby permitting UAE residents and visitors to use the cards between the emirates.
29/7/2013 - The passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport touched 32mn during the first half of the year, making it the busiest six months ever in the airports history, revealed reports from the Dubai Airport.
8/7/2013 - The Dubai RTA yesterday announced its working hours for Ramadan.
23/2/2012 - The Dubai Metro, which comprises Red and Green Lines, has made an entry into the Guinness World Records as longest driverless metro network in the world, spanning a stretch of 75kms.