The Dubai Roads & Transport Authority has briefed Liam Fox, the UK secretary of state for worldwide commerce, concerning the operation and upkeep of Dubai Metro.
The briefing was made throughout a latest go to of the British minister to the Metro Operations Management Centre at Rashidiya Depot.
The go to was within the firm of Abdul Muhsen Ibrahim Younus, chief govt of the rail company; Phil Malem, Serco Center East chief govt; Simon Penney, UK commerce commissioner to Center East, Afghanistan and Pakistan; Sarah Taylor, deputy director division of worldwide commerce, UAE; and several other different officers of the company and Serco.
“Roads & Transport Authority all the time welcomes visits of dignitaries from all international locations and is eager to broaden the scope of relations with organisations to share experience and profitable scientific fashions.
“We imagine that such engagement will enhance the enterprise processes and provide us entry to the highest worldwide practices,” stated Younes.
“The visiting British minister was acquainted with the roles of the Operations Management Centre at Rashidiya Depot equivalent to dealing with emergencies and faults, managing safety points, attending to service continuity, controlling the metro operation, and monitoring the metro energy grid.
“He was additionally familiarised with the monitoring of the rolling inventory, protected operation, the supply of different options throughout emergencies, and the operation of digital cameras alongside the metro strains in collaboration with the Transport Safety Division in Dubai Police by way of a monitored CCTV,” he defined.
Throughout the go to, Hassan Al-Mutawa, deputy director of rail operation, made a presentation overlaying common details about the metro, timetables, applied sciences in use, operation management centre, three depots and Route 2020 tasks for Purple Line extension to the positioning of Expo 2020.