Abu Dhabi's Traffic and Patrols Directorate is set to activate 12 radars across four roads in Al Ain from February 7.
The new radars will be adjusted according to the legal speed limits set on those roads,
Middle East carriers recorded a staggering 10.5 per cent growth in annual traffic last year compared to the figures in 2014, registering the strongest growth globally, said a report.
Following closely behind was Latin America (9.3 per c
A new point system that will be based on the number of traffic violations committed in Bahrain by motorists will be introduced next Monday (February 8). Traffic Directorate director general Shaikh Nasser bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa yesterday sa
Dubai International airport has retained its position as the world’s number one hub for international passengers by registering annual traffic of just over 78 million in 2015, according to a traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports
Abu Dhabi International Airport has achieved record traffic figures in 2015, with more than 23 million passengers passing through its terminals, said the airport operator.
For the first time in its history the airport crossed the
A raft of new measures are being planned to tackle traffic congestion and other motoring-related problems across Bahrain. Proposals include residents-only parking in certain neighbourhoods, park and ride schemes, a ban on vehicles over a certa
X Jets, a joint venture between Private Jet Charter and Jet Connections - the newly established regional company based in Dubai, has said that streamlining the traffic in the Middle East’s upper airspace would be a powerful catalyst to the
Thirty-three traffic accidents were registered yesterday (January 19) morning in just three hours as thick fog blanketed the country. The accidents occurred between 6.30am and 9.30am as motorists experienced poor visibility across Bahrain, sai
Middle East carriers witnessed international passenger demand jump 9.8 per cent in November, a report said, adding that while capacity rose 11.5 per cent, it caused load factor to dip 1.0 percentage point to 69.4 per cent.
Dubai International Airport welcomed a record 6 million passengers during the month of November last year, registering a year-on-year increase of 8.1 per cent compared to 5.5 million passengers recorded for the same period in 2014, a report said