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Dubai Metro hits one billion passengers milestone

Dubai Metro, comprising the Red and Green Lines, has made new records as the ridership of the metro has broken the one billion rider barrier, said the director-general and chairman of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA). Sin

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Public transport ridership in Dubai hits 275m in H1

Public transit means in Dubai comprising Dubai metro, Dubai tram, public buses, marine transit modes (abra, ferry, water taxi, water bus) and taxicabs (Dubai Taxi and franchise companies) have lifted 275,772,000 riders in the first half of 2017

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Dubai’s RTA lifts nearly 3m riders during Eid

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has revealed the total ridership of public transport means in Dubai during Eid Al-Fitr holiday reached 2,891,557 riders. Nasir Hamad Bu Shehab, CEO of Strategy & Corporate Gove

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Public transport boost for Muscat

Oman's capital Muscat will get a public transport boost with the indtoruction of a new taxi service and an expanded new bus network this year, a report quoting officials said. Mwasalat will manage a technology-driven taxi serv

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Public transport boost for Muscat

Oman's capital Muscat will get a public transport boost with the indtoruction of a new taxi service and an expanded new bus network this year, a report quoting officials said. Mwasalat will manage a technology-driven taxi serv

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Riyadh's $23bn public transport project on track

Work on the $22.5-billion King Abdul Aziz Project for Riyadh Public Transport (KAPRPT) is progressing well with 45 per cent of the metro project already completed, said a report. The mammoth project will see the Saudi government b

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Morocco public transport gets $200m backing

The World Bank has announced a $200 million programme to improve urban mobility in Morocco, particularly in the quality and management of public transport. The transport programme will focus on cities of over 100,000 inhabitants i

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Morocco public transport gets $200m backing

The World Bank has announced a $200 million programme to improve urban mobility in Morocco, particularly in the quality and management of public transport. The transport programme will focus on cities of over 100,000 inhabitants i

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Morocco public transport gets $200m backing

The World Bank has announced a $200 million programme to improve urban mobility in Morocco, particularly in the quality and management of public transport. The transport programme will focus on cities of over 100,000 inhabitants i

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New buzz in Bahrain - towards a viable transport system

A constant complaint from residents in Bahrain is that the kingdom doesn't have a good public transport system and they have to either drive their own cars or depend on the expensive taxi service. That situation is changing. T

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