Traffic Management

Most cities in the Middle East suffer serious traffic congestion and road safety issues caused by population growth and increased economic activity..

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Globally ranked among the best for their readiness to autonomous vehicle technology, the Middle East is aiming to become autonomous by 2030...

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Road Safety

Passenger cars in the Middle East are expected to reach 19.1 million by 2020, according to Frost & Sullivan. Road collisions and fatalities..

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Over $2 trillion worth of active infrastructure projects are in the pipeline across the region. The UAE and Saudi Arabia jointly account for 70%..

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Gulf Parking

Parking is a global billion-dollar business due to the inconvenience caused while drivers spend time searching for empty parking spaces..

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Fleet Management

Change in mobility has led to the growth of the Fleet Management Sector that will discuss the best practices and the right approach for the future.

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About Gulf Traffic

The Middle East is making great strides in the adoption of smart mobility as part of the region’s broader smart city visions. With digital transformation at the helm, the Middle East governments are swiftly adopting smarter, safer, cleaner, and more efficient transportation systems and solutions to improve mobility of the region’s population.

Countries in the Middle East are also becoming more aware of the implications of Road Safety and are making it a high priority in the development Agenda. Governments have stepped up their national road safety campaigns, coordinating efforts to set speed limits and raising awareness of safety measures as well as consequences of not following driving regulations.