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RTA to fine motorists misusing bus, taxi only lanes
The RTA has installed seven cameras along the lane to monitor vehicles and violations will be reported through surveillance cameras, and/or Dubai Police patrols.
RAK re-lays road with recycled material
The public works department is recycling the old asphalt by heating it up to 200° Celsius using propane gas, reducing environment pollution.
Dubai radars to monitor road shoulder violations
The new radar has the ability to identify the yellow lines that mark the road shoulders and detect violations.
Traffic offenders beware, all of Dubai is watching!
Since May 2014, the public has reported nearly 4,000 traffic violations in Dubai as per Dubai Police’s innovative programme called ‘We are all Police’.
‘Dubai Trolley’ set to roll out soon
First phase of 1km will pass by Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, The Dubai Fountain, Souk Al Bahar and Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard.
Failure to fasten seatbelts tops traffic violations
A lot of footages of car accidents and simulation tests show the severity of injuries caused due to failure to wear seat-belts, says RAK official.
New fines for traffic offences in the offing
Fines proposed for leaving kids in vehicles with engines running, failure to lock doors.
Umm Al Quwain to build 32km of new internal roads
A 10.5km-long road is being built in the Suwaihat-2 area, and the entrance of UAQ and the Bypass Road extension are being developed as well.
125km of roads built in Dubai’s Al Warqa area
The RTA has opened all internal roads in the area between the Tripoli Road in the North, Al Awir Road in the South, Academic City Road in the East, and the Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road in the West.
8-lane bridge to open on Shaikh Zayed Road
Phase one of the upcoming Dubai Water Canal project is now 40 per cent complete.
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