Latest Metro usage figures show station near Deira City Centre is currently the most popular as Mall of Emirates station loses its crown as busiest. Read Article More than 33 million ride Dubai's Metro in three months
Drivers jumping red lights were responsible for 11 per cent of crashes across Abu Dhabi emirate in the first quarter of this year. Read Article Red light jumpers account for 11 per cent of traffic crashes in Abu Dhabi
Two new centres will be used by the RTA to prepare for and respond to any transport crises in the emirate. Read Article RTA opens Middle East’s first accident and crisis centres
The Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, formerly known as Emirates Road,now 75 per cent complete, Ministry of Public Works says. Read Article Work on Dubai's 10-lane super highway nearing completion
Announced in the heady days of 2008, the Al Sufouh Tram project was a casualty of the downturn and the project gathered dust for two years. But improving fortunes of the emirate mean it is now back on track. Read Article Light at end of tunnel for Dubai's tram network
Reem Island and Al Maryah Island among the destinations now served as 10 bus routes are beefed up to help commuters. Read Article Direct and expanded express bus service for Abu Dhabi and Al Ain
The move is part of a traffic safety plan to install 57 new radars along the internal roads and motorways of Al Ain. Read Article New radar speed traps go live in Al Ain today
Tony Kettle says whale bones on the Scottish coast inspired him. Read Article Designer reveals inspiration behind boat lift that may be headed for Dubai
Heat may be a problem for the steel in Dubai's waterway, even though the Scottish engineering masterpiece that inspired it is troubled by cold. Read Article Lift may carry boats over Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai canal plan
A survey carried out by the Department of Transport found that 72 per cent of the pupils in Abu Dhabi's private schools take the school bus. Read Article Bus is best for Abu Dhabi pupils
Officials announce new regulations for school buses in Abu Dhabi, including GPS devices and CCTV networks. Read Article Abu Dhabi on a drive to improve school bus safety
FNC members questioned the Minister of Public Works for more than five hours yesterday over the poor state of Northern Emirates roads, and lack of homes for Emiratis. Read Article Roads, Emirati houses … FNC drives point home
Young children are being taught the danger zones around school buses, with red and yellow rectangles highlighting areas around buses and stops in which children should take special care.
Read Article Red and yellow rectangles help UAE children keep out of danger zones
Guests of the Burj Al Arab will now be presented with 24-carat gold iPads when they check in at the lavish hotel. Gold iPads for Dubai's Burj Al Arab guests
It is the manual for many US psychiatrists and the latest edition is out this week. Yet the DSM-5 is already under attack for listing as mental disorders what others regard as just personality traits.
Mental illness or just personality traits?
We spend the day backstage with Dubai designer Michael Cinco. See a video interview with him here. It's Dubai-based Michael Cinco's moment
Most people don't know anything about the Algerian city selected by the Arab League's cultural arm to be the capital of Arab culture in 2015. Constantine, the most beautiful city you've never heard of
Former England cricket captain Adam Hollioake has morphed into a cage fighter and wants to show off his new boxing skills against Carlos Spencer at Fighting Chance Dubai. Hollioake not short on confidence ahead of Fighting Chance
Two of the four refugees will begin new lives in the USA, with the others moving to Sweden and Finland. Tamil refugees sheltering in UAE granted asylum in the USA and Europe
Action from Malmo and last night's Eurovision Song Contest. In pictures: Eurovision Song Contest 2013
My Year At The National
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