UAE: Dh7 bus-on-demand service resumes in Ajman

These minibuses cut commuters' waiting time and help ease traffic congestion


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Photo: Screengrab / Ajman Transport video
Photo: Screengrab / Ajman Transport video

Published: Tue 4 Jun 2024, 1:55 PM

Last updated: Fri 14 Jun 2024, 5:58 PM

Ajman's bus-on-demand (BOD) service is back in operation, authorities announced on Friday. The service was suspended on June 4.

"We are pleased to inform you that the on-demand service has been resumed as of today. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation," Ajman Transport Authority said in a post on X.

With minibuses made available from 6am to 11pm, the Transport Authority's BOD service cuts waiting time for commuters and helps ease traffic congestion. Seats on the bus are booked through an app and its route is instantly determined based on service requests.

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The commuter specifies his/her location and destination, and the AI-powered app then specifies the nearest point where he/she can take the bus.

Passengers pay Dh7 each through the app.If a customer is booking the service for more than one, Dh4 is charged for each additional person with a maximum of four people.

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