Dubai: RTA holds dialogue session at Al-Satwa Bus Station

The Council of Handlers in Roads and Transportation Authority in Dubai held a dialogue session at Al-Satwa Bus Station attended by a number of public bus passengers and observers of this service.

The Council of Handlers in Roads and Transportation Authority in Dubai held a dialogue session at Al-Satwa Bus Station attended by a number of public bus passengers and observers of this service.

The session was opened by Muhammad Obaid Al-Mulla, Board of Directors, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Board members and representatives of relevant institutions and sectors of the Board.

Attendance at the start of the session praised the services rendered by the Dubai Public Bus Riders and its continued keenness to develop its services in line with the requirements and needs of this segment of public transport passengers.

The council discussed several points, including services related to S’hail mobile app and the opportunities to launch new public bus lines to keep up with the rising demand for service and increase in population.

Photo Courtesy: RTA Dubai Facebook
Photo Courtesy: RTA Dubai Facebook

Roads and Transportation Authority’s Customers Council stressed the importance of its services for bus riders in Dubai. It reiterated RTA’s standing commitment to revamp these services to meet public transport riders’ needs.

In the presence of bus riders and station supervisors, a meeting was conducted at Al Satwa Bus Station. Mohammed Obaid Al Mulla, Roads and Transportation Authority in Dubai Board Member and Chairperson of the Customers Council, presided over the meeting, which representatives from several Roads and Transportation Authority in Dubai agencies and sectors attended.

At the beginning of the session, the attendees praised the services provided by RTA for public bus passengers in Dubai and its continuous keenness to develop its services in line with the requirements and needs of this segment of public transport riders.

During the meeting, the council discussed several topics, including the services related to the S’hail application for mobile phones and the opportunities to launch new public bus lines to keep pace with the high demand for service and the increase in the population.

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