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Dubai’s RTA activates nol card to pay fares for The Palm Monorail rides

Dubai’s RTA activates nol card to pay fares for The Palm Monorail rides

Residents, visitors and tourists can now use nol gold, silver or blue cards to pay for their daily journeys on The Palm Monorail

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that the nol card is now valid to pay the fare of Nakheel’s Palm Monorail.

Mohammed Yousef Al Mudharreb, CEO of Corporate Technology Support Services Sector, RTA, confirmed that residents, visitors and tourists of The Palm could now use nol gold, silver or blue cards to pay for their daily journeys on The Palm Monorail.

“This initiative supports the efforts to integrate the public transport networks and offer seamless mobility journeys for riders all over Dubai. It also fits with nol digital strategy aimed to expand the use of nol cards in all services, products, and solutions of external partners from both the public and private sectors,” he said.

“It also enhances the experience of nol card users by offering them multiple services via a single card. The move boosts the connection of public transport means and serves Dubai’s transit networks, which contributes to realising the first and last-mile strategy. The step adds to RTA’s strategy to broaden cooperation with the private sector in line with the top global standards and practices.

“Before the launch of this initiative, an agreement was signed to expand the cooperation between RTA and Nakheel on the sidelines of the UITP MENA Congress and Exhibition held last February,” Al Mudharreb added.

In recent news, Mattar Al Tayer, director-general, chairman of the Board of Executive Directors, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the commencement of e-scooters operations in 11 new residential areas from the beginning of 2023.

With this, the total number of districts in which e-scooters are permitted to operate increases to 21, and the total length of tracks dedicated to bikes, e-scooters, as well as safe and shared routes, rises from 185 to 390 kilometres.

Read: RTA Dubai announces operation of e-scooters in 11 new areas from 2023

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