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Fines, penalties for offences along tramway announced
A driver who jumps the red signal at the intersection of the tramway and causes an accident leading to death will pay a fine of not less than Dh10,000.
Dubai Metro’s Red Line 'back to normal' after glitch
Passengers stranded at stations for over 45 minutes; RTA says traffic between Business Bay Station and Nakheel is back to normal.
Be aware of signage, safe practices along tramway
In the event of any traffic accident involving the tram, the involved parties have to remain in place of the accident.
Sharjah Transport’s top up on board facility a hit
The Sayer rechargeable card is available in three denominations: Dh45 as minimum charge; Dh90; and Dh180 as maximum charge.
Shaikh Zayed Road traffic diversion opens
It will be in place till completion of water canal work
Traffic fines of deceased motorists will be cancelled
The recorded traffic violations would be cancelled on the spot if the person died, considering the humanitarian situation, but there are certain conditions to be met.
Abu Dhabi Traffic campaign on Facebook gets more than 114,000 likes
The “Together” campaign organised by the Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate has reached more than 114,000 likes on Facebook.
RTA’s season passes offer up to 47% cut
Students, beneficiaries of social security and seniors above 60 years, be it citizens or residents, can now avail a 50 per cent discount on public transport services in Dubai.
RTA to train and monitor bus drivers
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will continue to train bus drivers, said Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director during a tour to Jebel Ali bus depot.
Reckless driving on the rise in UAE, says survey
Report says young motorists, men more likely to have been involved in accidents; 43 per cent of young drivers claim that they get distracted while driving.
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