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Dubai reveals US$4.5 billion logistics & land transport strategy



Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched Dubai Commercial and Logistics Land Transport Strategy 2030, targeting doubling of the land transport and logistics sector’s economic contribution to AED 16.8 billion (US$4.5 billion).  Mattar Al Tayer, Director General and RTA Chairman highlighted 17 projects designed to boost sector growth and competitiveness through digital markets and platforms. “This initiative aims to leverage data and technology to support high-potential companies,” Al Tayer said. The strategy will promote modern vehicle operations and the adoption of future technologies. Key projects include developing digital platforms for commercial transport, value-added permits, heavy freight services, driver behaviour monitoring, and fleet updates. The plan emphasizes regulatory improvements, investment opportunities, and private sector partnerships. Environmental goals include a 30 per cent reduction in carbon emissions, a 75 per cent increase in technology adoption, and a 10 per cent boost in operational efficiency, Al Tayer said.

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