Emiratis now occupy 40 different roles across the majority of departments and functions and 13 per cent comprise the organisation’s Dubai Metro workforce
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Contract is valued at AED680-million and will run until 2021
Expected to be delivered by October 2019, 15 of the ordered trains will be utilised for the upcoming Expo 2020, while 35 will be for civil use within the emirate
The first of 50 new trains for the Dubai Metro will be delivered between November, 2018 and October, 2019 in gear-up for Expo 2020.
Alstom presented a mock-up of the Dubai Metro trains for the Route 2020 project to an RTA delegation headed by HE Mattar Al Tayer, director general & chairman of the Board of Executive Directors RTA.
Dubai Metro use has increased rapidly since its launch in 2010 and the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) expects to extend the Metro tracks to 110km by 2020 and to 421km by 2030.
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