RTA and TRL sign MoU to enhance service delivery

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), represented by the Strategy and Corporate Governance Sector, has signed an MoU with the Transport Research Laboratory – TRL to collaborate on gearing diverse researches to develop the transport authority’s innovation drive.

RTA and TRL officials at the MoU signing event
RTA and TRL officials at the MoU signing event

Nasser Hamad BuSehab, CEO of RTA’s Strategy and Corporate Governance Sector signed the MoU for RTA, while signed for TRL Rob Wallis, CEO of Transport Research Laboratory, in the presence of directors, managers and staffs from the two sides.

“We, at RTA, always attach a great attention to research and development, as these two elements move forward our efforts towards more innovative approach in uplifting our work performance, which would in turn lead to the upswing of our services provided to the public, especially the public transport users,” said BuSehab.

“Partnering with reputed organisations such as TRL in the research and innovation accomplishment would be an added value to RTA’s change drive that is taking the Authority to new horizons of excellence and innovation in a way that they – excellence and innovation – become a daily culture all over RTA,” he added.

BuSehab also underlined that RTA would carry on its pursuit of harnessing the latest in technology, research and development, excellence, sustainability and innovation. “This is our methodology to be always on the climax of our performance to assist make the UAE, in general and Dubai in particular, the best place to live in the world thanks to the wise leadership of our government and the relentless perseverance and tireless efforts of our work team,” he explained.

Rob Wallis, CEO,  Transport Research Laboratory – TRL, said, “We are very proud to sign this MoU with the RTA, which demonstrates our continued support for enhancing Dubai’s transport systems. TRL will work in partnership with RTA to enable access to expert advice and assistance covering research and innovation across its various projects and initiatives – helping them to generate innovative and creative ideas that will result in the introduction of new products, services and improvements in their operations.”


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