Dubai, UK in talks to mutually benefit from experiences in smart mobility

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Dubai and UK are in talks to boost cooperation and exchange knowledge and experiences in innovative projects that support the future of smart mobility.

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) reviewed opportunities to share information and exchange experiences with the UK’s transportation officials.

The meeting was held between Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the RTA and Chris Heaton Harris, UK Minister of State for Transport.

Simon Penny, the Consul General of the UK in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, was also present.

Both sides reviewed opportunities for cooperation and exchange of knowledge and experiences in innovative projects that support the future of smart mobility.

Al Tayer praised the RTA's partnership with British institutions and companies working in the field of transportation and mobility systems.

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