Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with Skytrain, a global corporation specializing in developing suspended transport structures to help build superior accessible shipping facilities within the emirate. This MoU is a natural manifestation of the Duthie bai Self-Driving Transport Strategy aimed toward changing 25 percent of total mobility trips in Dubai into driverless journeys by 2030, stated a declaration from the RTA. It comes as part of the RTA’s relentless efforts to enhance and increase the public transport community in Dubai to preserve tempo with the sustained boom of the metropolis, which is shaping into a most excellent business and carrier hub international.
“This MoU highlights RTA’s non-stop efforts to crew with global expert companies in growing advanced public shipping technology capable of attracting greater riders by imparting them safe, speedy, and high-priced transit reports, besides curbing traffic congestion in the metropolis,” remarked Abdul Mohsin Ibrahim Younes, the CEO of Rail Agency at RTA after signing the deal with John Cole, CEO of Skytrax. One of those solutions is developing Sky Pod devices operated via the ‘Maglev’ era, characterized by their safety and speed and saving lots of the resources associated with people’s everyday mobility,” said Younes.
According to him, signing this MoU with a leading corporation in suspended delivery systems, along with SkyTran, is a milestone in RTA’s efforts to introduce advanced technology and innovative services inside the discipline of public transport. It will beautify the combination of general shipping structures, which will enhance the monetary increase, attract more investments, and improve the same old dwelling in Dubai,” he added.