RTA honours 250 taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs for passing 'Dubai Way' training

RTA honours 250 taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs for passing 'Dubai Way' training
RTA honours 250 taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs for passing 'Dubai Way' training

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - Mohammed Ali Al Awadi presents a certificate to one of the taxi drivers in Dubai.

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) honoured 250 taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs, who had passed the Dubai Way training course.

The ‘Dubai Way’ course was offered by a number of franchise firms and run by the Dubai College of Tourism at Depart of Tourism in Dubai.

The training aims to provide high-class service to the clients with the best in the industry worldwide and according to the standards of Dubai.

Special badges, which will have to be fitted on the uniforms during working hours, were given to the honouree taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs.

RTA’s Director of Drivers Affairs Mohammed Ali Al Awadi expressed his deep happiness to present the ‘Dubai Way’ special badge to the first batch of 250 taxi drivers and limousine chauffeurs from various franchise firms in Dubai.

Al Awadi said that the “Dubai way is an important step that boost the relations between RTA and Dubai Tourism.”

He further said that the taxi sector is one of the core ingredients of leveraging the tourism department of Dubai which welcomes tourists and visitors from all over the world.

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