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Dubai RTA increased the number of school buses in service to 440 in the coming 2021-22 academic year

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The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has expanded the quantity of school buses it works to 440 for the forthcoming 2021-22 scholarly year.

The all out number of students enlisted in the school transport service has reached 7,300.

The transition to expand the quantity of buses means to urge parents to change to school buses instead of private vehicles to ship kids.

Mansour Rahma Al Falasi, CEO of the DTC, said: “The DTC has taken broad Covid measures to guarantee the security of students, for example, cleaning school buses previously, then after the fact the boarding of students and restricting the usable seats to 50 percent of the limit.

“Through these actions, we plan to consent to the nearby and worldwide acts of curbing the spread of Covid-19, and guarantee that students are all around ensured.”

The DTC has marked agreements with 22 schools in Dubai.

“The accomplishment of the service is additionally credited to the cautious determination of profoundly able drivers and specialists, who are very much prepared. They have been qualified in dealing with crisis cases; guaranteed in medical aid from the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services; and went to other preparing programs,” said Al Falasi.

DTC-worked buses are fitted with hello tech devices for checking and following students. Devices incorporate cameras, sensors to guarantee no understudy is abandoned in the transport, a crisis catch to speak with the control community, a GPS-based electronic global positioning framework, radio-frequency identification (RFID) framework, and an engine self-quenching framework.

“Through https://schoolbus.dubaitaxi.ae/parentportal, parents can follow the development of the transport and students, and sort out the get and drop-off focuses,” added Al Falasi.


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