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  • Smart bus stops to draw Dubai's commuters
  • Smart bus stops to draw Dubai's commuters
    Diego Jambrina (2015) ©
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Smart bus stops to draw Dubai's commuters

Bus stops in Dubai are notoriously hot and unpleasant places to wait for public transport. But the city's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is encouraging people back on to the bus with air conditioned shelters that boast cafés, free Wi-Fi and interactive kiosks.

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