ABU DHABI / WAM
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has reviewed its services for the disabled during a visit paid by its affiliated Customers Council to the Dubai Club for the Disabled, as part of the strategy pursued by the council to identify the service needs of various community segments, especially the disabled.
Attending the gathering from the RTA were Mohammed Obaid Al Mulla, Member of the Board of Executive Directors and Chairperson of the Customers’ Council, Abdullah Yousef Al Ali, CEO of Public Transport Agency, and Dr. Yousef Al Ali, CEO of Dubai Taxi Corporation, in addition to directors and managers at several agencies and sectors of the RTA.
Attendees from the club were Ahmed Hasan Nasir, Board Member, Majid Al Osaimi, Executive Director and several disabled persons and members of the club.
Al Mulla, who chaired the 63rd session of the council, expressed his delight with the visit of RTA’s Customers Council to the Dubai Club for the Disabled under the theme: ‘Unlimited Facilities for the Disabled’, said, “Such communication would ease and boost the “My Community – A Place for All” launched by the Dubai Government in 2013 with the aim of transforming Dubai entirely into a friendly city for the disabled by 2020. RTA has provided quality services befitting the place of the disabled in our hearts, considering them an integral part of the community and a core strategy of RTA’s businesses.”