RTA asks Dubai residents for feedback to ease traffic flow

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority is asking residents for their help to address traffic congestion across the city.

As part of efforts to understand traffic movement and reduce congestion, private sector employees are being asked to complete a questionnaire to assist the RTA in assessing the situation in relation to flexible work hours and remote working.

The information will be used to help reduce traffic congestion, especially during peak periods.

Those that complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw.

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