Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has issued a law to establish the Abu Dhabi Transport Company (ADTC). The new law aims to enhance the efficiency of public transport services in Abu Dhabi and to provide high-quality and sustainable transportation options to the community.
The Abu Dhabi Transport Company will be responsible for operating, managing, and maintaining public transportation services within the emirate of Abu Dhabi. The company will also be responsible for developing and implementing strategic plans for the development of public transport services, as well as ensuring the safety and security of passengers and drivers.
In addition, the ADTC will work on the integration of different modes of transportation, such as buses, taxis, and trains, to provide a seamless and efficient transport system in Abu Dhabi. The company will also focus on using advanced technology to improve the quality of services, reduce waiting times, and enhance the overall customer experience.
The establishment of the Abu Dhabi Transport Company is part of the UAE’s efforts to enhance its public transportation infrastructure and reduce the country’s dependence on private vehicles. The UAE government has set ambitious targets to increase the share of public transportation in the country’s overall transportation mix, as well as to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality.
The new law reflects the government’s commitment to developing a modern and sustainable transportation system that meets the needs of the community and contributes to the country’s economic growth and development. The Abu Dhabi Transport Company is expected to play a key role in achieving these goals by providing safe, reliable, and efficient public transportation services to residents and visitors in Abu Dhabi.