Dubai International said the passenger traffic through the main airport fell 2.5 per cent from a year earlier to 5.09 million people in May because of construction work on its two runways.
Dubai International welcomed more than 5
Fatalities from traffic accidents in Abu Dhabi decreased 27 per cent during May, as compared to April, according to statistics of the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police.
The number of accidents
Twenty thousand new cars a year are predicted to hit Bahrain's roads in the future, it was revealed.
However, a wide range of traffic services are going hi-tech as part of new efforts to streamline procedur
Global air freight markets in April showed demand (measured in freight tonne kilometers or FTKs) was 3.2 per cent above previous year levels, International Air Transport Association (Iata) has said.
Demand has not, however, grown
The flash free cameras, installed by Abu Dhabi Police at a number of intersections across the emirate, have recorded a total of 8,555 traffic violations over a four-month period starting from January 1.
The violations included run
Riyadh Traffic Department has recorded more than 700,000 traffic violations in the Saudi capital, according local media reports.
The Traffic Department also booked 749 car drifters and spectators, the Arab News said citing an Al-W
Bahrain’s General Directorate of Traffic has launched a multi-lingual safety campaign launched to reduce fatalities on roads over the high incidence of death crashes involving Asian pedestrians.
Eighty-six people were killed
Saudi Arabia is considering a plan to implement a point system to replace the existing fine system in a move to reduce traffic violations, a report said.
“The traffic department is seriously thinking of implementing the poin
Bahrain's tough new traffic law is in doubt after MPs insisted on banning some expats from getting licences, introducing stricter penalties for drunk drivers and allowing women to keep face veils on if they are stopped by police.