Business is booming.

Abu Dhabi’s ITC to take over driving, vehicle licensing services

0 15

Abu Dhabi Police no longer handle the vehicle and driving activities

Abu Dhabi: A significant change has been made in Abu Dhabi, where the Integrated Transport Center of the Department of Municipality and Transport (ITC) will now be in charge of the emirate’s driver and vehicle licencing programmes.

The emirate’s road networks are developed and governed by the Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT), which includes the ITC.

This change is intended to create a single and integrated transport licencing environment throughout the emirate, as per the statement made by Abu Dhabi Government Media Office. Earlier, these services were under the Abu Dhabi Police.

The main idea behind this is to improve customer satisfaction and user experiences. The change, according to the release, is a component of a broad strategy to strengthen the competitiveness of all local economic sectors and expand the transportation sector in the Abu Dhabi Emirate.

While the change is being finalised and put into effect, the ITC will work with Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters to guarantee business continuity and the delivery of car and driver licencing services. The ITC has promised that until the transfer is finished, all services would remain accessible and available through the current licencing centres and digital channels.

According to the ITC, it guarantees the continuation of driver and vehicle licencing with the same quality and level of services throughout this process… At all times, close collaboration with all pertinent strategic partners is a major priority.

Currently, drivers and owners of vehicles must apply for or renew their licences at the approved licencing centres managed by the Abu Dhabi Police. But the Abu Dhabi Government’s TAMM platform can equally be used to renew individual driver licences.

Most of the other transportation-related processes and licences are already governed by the ITC in the emirate. To better monitor heavy truck operations and movements, the administration also established a new platform last year called Asateel. Additionally, it controls transportation systems through the Mawaqif parking control system and the Darb road tolls.

To make public transportation more environmentally friendly and sustainable, the ITC has made significant achievements in the previous few years by introducing driverless vehicles, mostly on Yas Island and Al Saadiyat Island in the capital.

However, the authority did not provide a precise date for the change.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.