Bahrain's tough new traffic law is in doubt after MPs insisted on banning some expats from getting licences, introducing stricter penalties for drunk drivers and allowing women to keep face veils on if they are stopped by police.
Bahrain's traffic department has taken a major step towards offering all of its services online.
It has teamed up with the e-Government Authority to launch a mobile application that could save motorists the
Abu Dhabi’s Centre for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars has added a set of additional laws and regulations for taxi operators and drivers in the emirate, in an effort to reduce traffic accidents by at least half.
A Bahraini MP has warned against an alarming increase of vehicles in Bahrain.
According to new statistics, the number of registered cars last year soared to 544,808, up 39,659 on 2012, said a report in the Gulf
Bahrain's tough new traffic law will first be revised by parliament due to differences over various articles - especially those related to punishment.
The Shura Council members have passed a new traffic law that includes jail
Budget carrier Air Arabia reported a 12 per cent rise in fourth-quarter net profit on Monday on the back of increased passenger traffic.
The Sharjah-based carrier made a net profit of Dh94 million ($25.6 million) in the fourth qua
The mobile data traffic in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region is set to increase 14-fold by 2018, said a new Cisco study.
The Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast for 2013 to 2018 said that across
Tougher penalties for violating Bahrain’s traffic law, including imprisoning drivers jumping red lights, were approved by the Shura Council.
Council members completed revising the 64-article law, but a final vote on the enti