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Eisa Abdul Al Dossary

Chief Executive Officer

RTA's Public Transport Agency

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RTA's Public Transport Agency

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Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Marine Agency Corp


Executive Director

Road and Transport Authority's Marine Transport Agency


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http://www.dubai-taxi.com/taxis-go-the-extra-mile-to-offer-better-services/

Eisa Abdul Rahman Al Dossary, Chief Executive of the RTA's Public Transport Agency, said: "National Taxi Fleet topped the list in terms of operational efficiency in the second half of 2009 at 95 per cent followed by Cars Taxi Fleet at 94 per cent, Metro Taxi at 93 per cent, Arabia Taxi at 92 per cent and Dubai Taxi Corporation's fleet at 89 per cent.


How the UAE is Addressing Sustainability

The use of bio-diesels helps cut fuel cost by 2% and the use of solar powered LED lamps further reduces overall operation costs," commented Eisa Abdul Rahman Al Dossary, CEO of RTA's Public Transport Agency.


http://www.googeee.com/googeeecom/NewsView.asp?ID=161&SortID=26

The buses cannot travel faster than 80 kilometers per hour and children must wear seatbelts under the new official standards, said the CEO of Public Transport Agency, Eisa Al Dossary.
But Al Dossary said the number of "major accidents" within the school transport system has dropped to "nearly none" since the strict instructions for schools, drivers, vehicles, and fleet operators were introduced. The manual has since been relaxed somewhat - buses' automatic side mirrors and door sensors have been made optional - and the deadline was pushed back from March to September. "But there'll be no compromise where the safety of children is concerned - I don't want schools to make excuses," said Al Dossary. He added that a team of inspectors will be sent out every day from September onwards to "monitor the situation". "We liaise with school managers and bus drivers and operators as one team, to put this policy in place, to protect kids." The RTA has also trained 2,300 school bus drivers on its own cost, he added. Three out of four drivers have completed the free training by the agency's Fleet Drivers Affairs Department, Al Dossary said. Meanwhile, the remaining five per cent of buses will be fined if they fail to meet the safety deadline, he added, according to the kind of violation.


http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/minibuses-to-remain-on-dubai-school-run-despite-safety-concerns-1.1214482

What is more concerning is that children are cramped together in these small buses, which is dangerous," said Eisa Abdul Rahman Al Dossary, former CEO of RTA's Public Transport Agency and currently working as an independent consultant on traffic and transportation.
He added that vans should be allowed for school runs only on short trips on internal roads. "What is disturbing is the fact that vans are used to transport children on long distance trips. I feel vans are not fit drive on highways at high speeds and I'm in favour of having certain restrictions on their movement rather than banning them completely," he said.


http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/rta-s-green-initiatives-help-reduce-dubai-s-carbon-footprint-1.1151459

The use of biodiesel helps cut fuel cost by two per cent, the use of solar-powered LED lamps further reduce overall operation costs," said Eisa Abdul Rahman Al Dossary, CEO of RTA's Public Transport Agency.


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