Costs of development projects taken up in Makkah will reach an estimated SR300 billion ($80 billion), with one-third of the funds allocated for public transportation and he King Abdullah upgrade project, a report said.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a Dh2.09 billion ($569 million) deal for renewing the contract for the operation and maintenance of Dubai Metro with the British Serco company.
The new deal will expire in Sep
Middle East & North Africa (Mena) region has $225 billion worth of rail, metro, tram and bus rapid transit (BRT) capital investment programme to 2030, a report said.
There are now 108 separate railway, metro, monorail, tram and BRT
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai has signed Dh105 million ($28.6 million) contract for the operation system of the Dubai Tram with the British Serco Company for a period of 75 months starting August.
The period inc
The Roads and Transportation Authority (RTA) of Dubai will extend the capacity of the women and children metro cabin to broaden its accommodation for taking more passengers during peak hours, said a top official.
Saudi Arabia plans to spend about 3 billion riyals ($800 million) acquiring land in Riyadh to build the capital's first metro rail system, the official in charge of the project told Reuters.
"This is already budgeted and
A $22.5 billion plan to build Riyadh's first metro rail system aims to achieve more than improving the quality of life in the congested Saudi capital: it is part of an ambitious effort to shift the country's economy beyond oil.
The Saudi Arabian government has awarded $22.5 billion in contracts to three foreign-led consortia for the design and construction of the first metro rail system in the capital Riyadh.
The project, which will involve six rail line
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai and the Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (DCCE) recently signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at curbing the emissions of carbon and greenhouse gases.
“The RTA is seeki
Qatar plans to fund at least $70 billion worth of domestic transport projects, with the rail and metro network claiming more than $35 billion in the next ten years, said the organisers of an upcoming transport summit in Doha.