Saudi Arabian authorities have inked a $100-million contract with TransCore, a leader in the transportation industry, to design and implement an advanced traffic control system in Riyadh.
The deal is aimed at improving the flow of
The six member countries of the GCC plan to launch a joint portal next month in a move to link part of their traffic, business and customs systems for easier coordination and data exchange, a report said.
The decision was taken at
Bahrain's new traffic law is proving effective - with violations dropping by 16 per cent in just a week since the tougher rules were introduced on February 8.
The traffic directorate registered a total of 6,014 violations unti
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police has urged drivers to reduce speed as they approach traffic lights and intersections.
It has also advised drivers to avoid increasing speed when traffic lights change from gre
Bahrain’s traffic officials are working with their GCC counterparts to prosecute Gulf nationals violating the new law, it has emerged.
Jumping a red light could result in a fine of up to BD500 ($1,317) and six months in jail
A majority of drivers who flout traffic laws in Bahrain are men, according to figures.
Males made up 78.35 per cent of drivers who were at fault, compared with 15.86 per cent women, according to statistics compiled by the General
Bahrain’s tough new traffic law that came into force yesterday (February 8) will only be effective if it is properly enforced, according to motorists.
Speaking to the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, a
Dubai’s economy lost Dh2.9 billion ($789 million) due to traffic congestion on the UAE emirate's roads in 2013, a new report was quoted as saying.
The fugure accounted for the loss in working hours, time and fuel, a Gulf
Middle East carriers had the strongest annual traffic growth at 13 per cent last year, as the region’s economies continued to show robust growth in non-oil sectors and are well-placed to withstand the plunge in oil revenues, according to a
Motorists in Bahrain who even touch their mobile phones while driving could be fined up to BD500 ($1,318) under the new new traffic law which will be implemented from February 8.
Policemen will be out in force next week to impose