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Dubai Metro. A View Of The City From The Subway Car

Thought public transport will get costlier in the UAE?

You were wrong

July 27, 2015 11:45
Business Man With Stop Watch

Car vs Metro

Ever get stuck in traffic going from one part of Dubai to the other? With Car-Free Day taking place in the UAE tomorrow (February 4), Kippreport puts both public and private transport to the test. The setting: Dubai – from Dubai Internet City to Dubai International Financial Centre. The goal: Reaching the finish line first...

February 3, 2015 5:00

UAE’s Etihad Rail to Award phase 3 contracts by Q3 2012

Etihad Rail, the developer of a railway network in the United Arab Emirates, will launch the second phase of its $11 billion project in a "few weeks" with contracts to be awarded by the third quarter next year, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

November 16, 2011 2:03
UAE’s love-hate relationship with public transport

UAE’s love-hate relationship with public transport

A future UAE seems to include a fully connected, highly populated public transport system. But how many of us have really bought into the idea of a public transport in this country of opulence.

October 31, 2011 4:59
The price of safety: pay more to have safer taxis

The price of safety: pay more to have safer taxis

Utmost safety while commuting should be available for everyone…everyone willing to pay from 25AED, that is. The Kipp community discusses the finer points of Dubai Taxi's new initiative.

October 18, 2011 4:27
Insights on Public Transport in The UAE and KSA

Insights on Public Transport in The UAE and KSA

Despite on going plans to develop Dubai's public transport, just how well used are the country's buses, water buses and metro? YouGov and Kipp put you in the know!

March 1, 2011 3:25

Dubai’s public transport carried 288 million people in 2009

The RTA expects the number to increase in 2010 because of the opening of more Metro stations this year.

March 6, 2010 8:41
Checkerboard progress in Egypt

Checkerboard progress in Egypt

As Cairo says goodbye to its unruly fleet of black-and-white taxis, opinions are divided. Some will miss their chaotic charm but many believe an overhaul is overdue, says Trends magazine.

February 21, 2010 5:12