Spreading awareness and extending support to those who battle against breast cancer, hundreds of taxis clustered in at the Thumbay Hospitals across Dubai, Ajman and Fujairah to form unique giant pink ribbon formations today (October 26).
Iran is interested in buying 50 airliners from Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA, a presidential aide in Brazil said, as the end of international sanctions against the Islamic Republic triggers a flurry of trade deals.
Iran is inter
Authorities have been urged to exclude hundreds of legitimate Bahraini taxi drivers from the petrol price increases. Licensed taxi drivers will now have to pay around BD90 extra per month for petrol after the rates were revised, claimed the Pu
Plans are underway to increase the number of taxis in Bahrain in a bid to boost the country’s public transport system.
Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed said the move would also address the issue of
Mass transit systems of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) - comprising the Dubai Metro, public buses, marine transit modes and taxis -- have lifted 440.67 million passengers in 2013, a report said.
The figure compa
Bahrain's taxi firms are feeling the pinch after weeks of unrest robbed them of customers.
One operator estimated that business was down by as much as 90 per cent, as a result of people opting to stay at home or leaving the country.
Etihad Airways has unveiled 12 ‘hackney carriage’ Manchester taxis in its unique black and gold livery.
The taxi sponsorship was unveiled at Manchester City FC’s stadium with club mascots, 'Moonchester' and 'Moonbeam', join
Gulf Air's Golden Falcon will be soaring through the streets of London, emblazoned on the side of the city's taxi cabs, under a two-year marketing deal.
Fifty Hackney Carriages will be rolled out over the next two weeks in full Gul
A new government-backed taxi service designed to eradicate cheating on fares will hit Bahrain's roads in December, officials have confirmed.
It will operate custom-made, metered vehicles, fitted with Global Positioning System (GPS) technol
Drivers at Dubai's main taxi firm, which has an exclusive contract to carry passengers from the city's airport, plan a 24-hour strike to protest against an in-house fines regime, a report said.
'Taxi drivers are preparing to carry out