Dubai's high-tech buses will transport 25,000 pupils to and from school during the new academic year
The buses operated by Dubai Taxi Corporation are fitted with sophisticated equipment, such as cameras and systems to guarantee that no student is left behind in the vehicle.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), a division of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), is prepared for the upcoming academic year by deploying cutting-edge buses to transport roughly 25,000 students throughout Dubai.
In order to guarantee students' safe journey to and from school, DTC's school transport fleet complies with the highest quality and safety local and international standards.
According to Ammar Rashid Al Braiki, Director of Fleet Operation at DTC, "using DTC's extensive experience and resources, combined with investments in cutting-edge technologies in school buses, highlights our strategic drive to boost the confidence of parents and the entire community while providing a safe and secure transportation environment for students during the school year."
"The drive is aligned with the highest safety and monitoring standards observed in Dubai, and will also promote the confidence of the Emirates Schools Establishment towards building a long-term partnership in delivering school transport services," he said.