CIMS patrol cars set to monitor public services

ABU DHABI — Abu Dhabi Municipality’s City Image Management Section (CIMS) yesterday introduced 50 cars in the capital to monitor the city image and public services in order to make Abu Dhabi a world-class city. The ‘City Image Monitoring’ cars will patrol the streets 12 hours everyday as part of the first phase of the project.

By Anwar Ahmad

Published: Thu 12 Jul 2007, 9:13 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 3:07 AM

According to Abdullah Nasser Al Junaibi, Director-General of Public Services Sector in the municipality, “The project aims at making the capital one of the best cities in the world. Our inspectors have been trained particularly for keeping an eye on the public services and encouraging people to accord better treatment to each other.”

“Our priority will be to provide people the transportation facility, and modern health services. We will put beverages dispenser machines at different places in the city for public use and illuminate the city,” Omer Mohamed Al Hashmi, head of CIMS and General Services Sector, said.

For complete fresh and new look of the capital, we will redesign the road signs, increase the number of cultural and recreational centres for the public, added Al Hashmi.

He cautioned that people who violate our standards will be penalised.

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