To maintain the safety of the Dubai Metro, RTA conducts inspections
The objective was to look for infractions and locate any infrastructure-related dangers.
A number of inspections have been carried out by the Rail Agency at Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to guarantee the security of the Dubai Metro infrastructure.
In order to monitor Rail Right-Of-Way violations and spot potential threats to the infrastructure of Dubai Metro rail facilities, bridges, stations, and tunnels, RTA reports that seven inspection campaigns were carried out from January to June of this year.
The RTA stated: "The inspections were conducted to identify any infractions or unapproved activity, including the installation of kiosks and outdoor seating arrangements for retail businesses within the Rail Protection Zones. These inspections were carried out expressly to look at the tower cranes working in the area.
According to RTA, "the inspections were intended to make sure that these tower cranes are in compliance with the terms and conditions set forth in the certificate."
The Rail Protection Zone's telecom tower assets were also examined by the RTA. Another campaign targeted exclusively at high-risk projects was launched to thoroughly monitor and follow the development of these installations and make sure they don't harm the rail facilities' infrastructure.
The Red and Green Lines of the Dubai Metro connect 53 stations over a combined distance of 89.3 kilometres using a fleet of 129 trains. Dubai Metro stations offer some of the best amenities and services in the world.