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Famous Dubai-bound bulker breaks down off Quebec The bulker Phoenix, famous in Canada where she spent more than two years under port arrest, has broken down after finally leaving port

Famous Dubai-bound bulker breaks down off Quebec

The bulker Phoenix, famous in Canada where she spent more than two years under port arrest, has broken down after finally leaving port

 •   Crew of arrested oil tanker in Bahrain finally go home
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Saudi Transport 2015 starts in Riyadh next week

Saudi Transport 2015 starts in Riyadh next week

Riyadh Exhibitions Company (REC) is hosting Saudi Transport 2015 from May 31 to June 3 at Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center (RICEC).
 
Oman floats tenders for rail link between ports

Oman floats tenders for rail link between ports

Oman is accepting tenders for a new 1,207km stretch of railway linking the three major ports of Sohar, Duqm and Salalah
 
Nesma & Keolis to jointly bid for KSA transport deals

Nesma & Keolis to jointly bid for KSA transport deals

The two companies will jointly bid to provide solutions to public transport projects within Saudi Arabia.
 
Arcadis to work on new transport plan for Jeddah

Arcadis to work on new transport plan for Jeddah

The plan for Jeddah's transport network is city-wide and includes the design of metro, ferry, bus and cycle services.
 

 

Dubai Metro extension work to start in Q1 2016

Dubai Metro extension work to start in Q1 2016

The project will be up and running in the first quarter of 2020 to serve visitors to the Expo event.
 
Qatar Rail urges private sector to bid for contracts

Qatar Rail urges private sector to bid for contracts

Qatar Rail Industry Awareness day presented rail projects’ business opportunities available to the private sector.
 
More than 44m people use Dubai Metro in just 3 months

More than 44m people use Dubai Metro in just 3 months

The RTA's statistics reveal that the rate of increase year-on-year is slowing, despite Dubai Metro's popularity.
 
Bahrain to spend $10bn on rail, second causeway links

Bahrain to spend $10bn on rail, second causeway links

Based on preliminary studies, the rail link will comprise 28km of approach tracks, a 26km causeway & a 10km bridge.
 
Top artists transform Dubai Metro carriages

Top artists transform Dubai Metro carriages

The initiative complementS plans by Dubai Culture and the RTA to transform six Dubai Metro stations into museums.
 
95 men a day fined for being in female Dubai Metro area

95 men a day fined for being in female Dubai Metro area

Capacity in the female and children only compartments doubled recently to 140 standing spaces.
 
Nearly 20% of Doha Metro tunnels have been excavated

Nearly 20% of Doha Metro tunnels have been excavated

The Doha Metro, with about 100 stations, has an estimated total construction value of $36 billion.
 
Saudi high-speed rail contractor axed over delays

Saudi high-speed rail contractor axed over delays

Transport Minister demands the Saudi-Spanish consortium responsible for rail project to fast-track construction.
 
Emaar rolls out new Dubai Trolley tram system

Emaar rolls out new Dubai Trolley tram system

The double-decker trolley tram can carry 50 passengers & offers hop-on hop-offs at three Downtown Dubai hotels.
 
Dubai's public transport ranks highly in new study

Dubai's public transport ranks highly in new study

A one-way ticket is cheapest in Dubai compared with other established cities worldwide.
 
Saudi Arabia to test first phase of high-speed railway

Saudi Arabia to test first phase of high-speed railway

The rail project is the largest in the kingdom’s history.
 




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