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The Soft Mobility Project has increased the number of cycling journeys in Dubai by 16 million trips in 2021 compared to 2020 and will provide soft mobility means to 29 districts by the end of 2026.
The intercity bus services will help to meet the growing demand for public transportation in Dubai and will provide commuters with bus services to Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Fujairah and Muwaileh, Sharjah.
Constructed over a five-year period, RTA’s new dedicated lanes will cover eight main streets in the city and will bring Dubai’s total length of dedicated bus and taxi lanes to over 48km.
With at least 2,000 e-scooters to be available for riders to use on permitted cycling tracks in 10 of the city's districts, RTA has outlined a set of rules and regulations to ensure the safety of both pedestrians and riders.
As part of a scheme to deploy over 3,000 e-bikes across Dubai, RTA’s bike rental service has doubled to 1,750 bikes, making it the first completely pedal-assisted docked bike-share initiative in the world.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority served approximately 461 million riders in 2021, representing a 115 million rider increase compared to 2020.
The Roads and Transport Authority is exploring the future of the legislative process for operating autonomous air vehicles to transport passengers in Dubai through its first legal forum.
In line the 2021-2023 Strategic Plan of the Dubai Taxi Corporation, the Roads and Transport Authority has signed a contract to add 2,219 new vehicles to the Dubai Taxi fleet, including 1,775 hybrid vehicles.
Compared to 2020, Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority's Bus-on-Demand service experienced a 253,702 rider increase in 2021, with a satisfaction rating of 86 per cent.