The planned Kuwait Metro project will have 61 stations on three railway lines covering all areas and governorates of the country, a report said.
Work on the $20-billion metro project is expected to be started in 2017, the Arab
A total of 600 stations will be constructed as part of an ambitious strategy to expand Bahrain's public transport network.
The project has been awarded to TrueForm, a UK-based company specialised in designi
Egypt has barred three private Iraqi TV stations from its main satellite system, the broadcasting regulator said on Tuesday, after Baghdad complained that their coverage was stoking sectarian tensions.
The news came a day after Eg
Tenders worth $651 million to build housing units in Hidd and Northern City, two 400KW main power transmission stations and education infrastructure projects will be awarded this month.
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Dubai’s Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) will open the Al Jadaf and Creek stations this Saturday (March 1) – the terminal two stations on the Green Line of the Dubai Metro.
By operating these two final stations, t
Qatar Rail has begun work on Doha Metro's 20 stations, out of the planned 25, and preliminary drilling works for the metro tunnels have also started, a senior official said.
Qatar Rail has already signed several agreements wor
Qatar Railways (Qatar Rail), the company overseeing the construction of the much-anticipated integrated railway network, has awarded four ‘design & build’ contracts worth QR30 billion ($8.23 billion) for phase 1 of the Doha Met
The GCC will see an estimated $79 billion worth of railway projects - including rail, metro, tram, and stations - in the region between 2011 and 2020, according to a report.
This includes the $30 billion GCC rail network, to be shared amo
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai has opened five more stations - Business Bay, First Gulf Bank, Sharaf DG, Nakheel (near American University of Dubai) and Jumeirah Lakes Towers - on the Red Line of the Metro, said a report.
Arab governments have adopted a satellite broadcasting charter which will entrench state control over broadcasts and curtail political expression.
The document, which echoes the language found in press laws used by some Arab countries to p