Sharjah: Sharjah Taxi has announced that it is rolling out a project to install surveillance cameras within its taxi fleet during the current year. The cameras will be installed in a number of its vehicles in the first experimental phase, and then will be applied to all of Sharjah Taxi’s fleet of 1,300 vehicles around the emirate of Sharjah.
Mohammed Abdullah Al Buraimi, Executive Director of Sharjah Taxi, said, “Sharjah Taxi is constantly striving to improve and develop services provided in the taxi sector, whilst adhering to the highest driving standards and professional and ethical behaviour. The comfort and safety of both our customers and drivers is always our highest priority. The new cameras provide high resolution and clarity which contributes to assessing the level of service and motivating our drivers to provide unsurpassed service to customers.”
Al Buraimi also stressed that Sharjah Taxi always seeks to expand and advance its services, and also works continuously to provide comfort and safety for passengers and drivers, according to the highest approved standards. This is achieved by adopting the latest technologies and practices.
In order to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Al Buraimi explained that Sharjah Taxi continues with its strict set of precautionary measures, such as comprehensive daily sterilization of the fleet, the requirement of drivers to wear masks and gloves, and the providing of clean masks and gloves for all passengers. Every car is also equipped with a sanitizer container, and cars are sterilized after every use.
Sharjah Taxi has a fleet of 1,300 vehicles, which roam the various roads of Sharjah 24/7, including 100 vehicles for the central and eastern regions, 200 vehicles for Sharjah International Airport, 20 women’s only taxis, 130 family friendly taxis, and limousines. Vehicles for people of determination are also available, equipped with all of the necessary equipment.
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