RTA launches survey to study and ease traffic in Dubai
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RTA launches survey to study and ease traffic in Dubai

In response to traffic challenges in Dubai, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a survey for feedback from motorists.

The RTA said the comprehensive survey is aimed at private sector employees and seeks to gather insights into traffic movement patterns, specifically exploring the potential impact of flexible work hours and remote working arrangements.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), the RTA said: “In its effort to manage traffic flow and address congestion, #RTA, in cooperation with other relevant entities in the Emirate of Dubai, is conducting a survey that takes about 10 minutes to complete, to understand the current situation in the private sector in relation to ‘flexible work hours’ and ‘remote working’.”

The survey can be taken at this link.

On the survey site the RTA clarified the following:

  • Flexible work hours represent practices that provide flexibility in working hours and include the flexible work start window, which is the time window during which employees are allowed to start work  (for example, the flexible work  start window from 7 to 9 AM means that the employee can start work at any time between 7 and 9 AM and accordingly the departure time will depend on the time they start work and the required number of working hours.
  • Remote work represents any form of work that does NOT require the employee to attend to the workplace (working from home or from any place other than the workplace).

The RTA also stated that participants in the study will be entered into a draw for various prizes, and remarked that the “collected data will be treated confidentially and will be utilized only for the purpose of the study”.

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