Bahrain team briefed on key transport projects

DUBAI - A team from the Bahrain Ministry of Interior was briefed on various prestigious transport projects being implemented in Dubai during a visit to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) here recently.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Wed 16 Aug 2006, 9:56 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 6:10 PM

The team, headed by Lt-Colonel Khalid Rabea Senan Al Dossary, Director of Licences Affairs at the Ministry of the Interior from the Kingdom of Bahrain., was received by Mohammed Obaid Al Mulla, Deputy Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of RTA and CEO of Public Transport Agency.

Also present at the meeting was Abdulla Al Madani, CEO of Corporate Support Services, to discuss the various upcoming projects of the RTA, including the Dubai Metro.

Sharing a common vision to develop new concepts and services to optimise traffic flow and maximise safety to meet the needs of all sectors of society, the two sides discussed startegies to meet these objectives.

Al Mulla said, “The RTA is committed to adopting the best practices at every stage that will lead to the achievement of our objectives of making transport in our countries safe and secure. It will contribute in highlighting the presence of the Emirate globally.”

The UAE, in general, and Dubai, in particular, is witnessing massive development leading to a huge influx of people and businesses. Therefore, it has become necessary to provide the required infrastructure to support this burgeoning development, he added.


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